Narcoleptic symptoms often begin in childhood or adolescence and can greatly disrupt every element of a child’s educational experience, including academics, social development, and athletics.
A dental sleep medicine expert discusses screening tools, co-treating patients with physicians, and continuing education opportunities.
In observation of National Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month, a survey sponsored by iRhythm Technologies reveals that nearly half of Americans lack awareness about the primary symptoms of this common yet potentially deadly heart rhythm disturbance.
A paper published in the May 7 issue of The Journal of Neuroscience describes the development of a mouse model that offers a new approach to study narcolepsy and explore potential therapies for the sleep disorder.
A dental sleep medicine expert shares how maintaining an active blog has connected him with patients and increased his credibility, plus offers insights on how to choose post topics.
As teens head back to school, PEMCO Insurance is out with new poll results that show three-quarters of Northwest residents think that high school students get too little sleep during the school year. However, most agree that high school classes generally start at “about the right time.”
WebMD Health Corp announced new features and functionality for its Healthy Target behavior change program, which connects seamlessly with Apple’s HealthKit and provides users with powerful new ways to capture, visualize, and understand health information from a broad range of biometric devices.
Whistleblower Donna Nichols will receive 20% of nearly $300,000 repaid to taxpayers in the US government’s settlement of fraud claims against a Florida sleep-disorder clinic.
Following on the heels of the US settling false claim allegations against a Florida sleep clinic, consumer advocacy group Corporate Whistleblower Center issued a press release urging employees of sleep clinics to contact the Corporate Whistleblower Center if they have proof a medical facility is being used to overbill Medicare.
A CGI inflatable dancing man helps raise awareness of sleep apnea, reports Campaign Brief.