Researchers have discovered sleep patterns in a type of anesthesia that are nearly identical to a natural, non-groggy snooze.
Researcher finds two distinct pathways for two different aspects of light detection.
BTG reports positive results from first study investigating BGC20-0166 in OSA patients.
A team of anesthesiologist researchers has developed a 4-question quiz to identify surgical patients who might have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
A verdict from the Westminster Coroners Court last week revealed that the death of a teen who fell from a fourth story window last fall in London was due to sleepwalking.
A study out of Philadelphia has shown that children with migraine are more likely to have sleep disorders than children who do not have migraines.
Workplace conflicts are more likely than night shifts or job insecurity to cause sleep problems in American workers.
A new Joint Commission report provides a framework for organizations to analyze their effectiveness at overcoming cultural barriers.
A recent study investigated the prevalence and severity of symptoms associated with menopause, and sleep disruption topped the list.
In addition to health problems such as high blood pressure and diabetes, obese children are at a higher risk of developed obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).