The National Sleep Foundation held its Young Investigators Conference in early March. Heres a look at the recipients of the award and their research.
Cardinal Health has signed an exclusive agreement with SleepNet Corporation to be the sole provider of its complete range of products throughout North and South America.
Discovery of the possible cause of REM Sleep Behavior Disorder could also aid the battle against Parkinsons disease.
Fat cell secretions may provide clues about the link between diabetes and obstructive sleep apnea.
A new comprehensive literature study by Kent Holtorf, MD, proposes a treatment process that could help alleviate symptoms for patients suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and fibromyalgia (FM).
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston completed a study on the effects of chronic adolescent insomnia.
A new study finds that sleep deprivation could be used as a diagnostic tool for somnambulism.
Shift workers and others with jobs that cause sleep disruption should consider new findings when making their work schedules.
CMS announcement: “CPAP for adults is covered when diagnosed using a clinical evaluation and a positive: (a) polysomnography (PSG) performed in a sleep laboratory; or (b) unattended home sleep monitoring device of Type II; or (c) unattended home sleep monitoring device of Type III; or (d) unattended home sleep monitoring device of Type IV, measuring at least three channels”
Researchers investigate 40 years of time diaries, and discount validity of the NSFs yearly poll.