Public Release: 2-Sep-2015 New symptom may help ID sleep apnea in older women – EurekAlert (press release)

 

Public Release: 2-Sep-2015 New symptom may help ID sleep apnea in older women
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — The results of a new study suggest that nocturnal enuresis, or bedwetting, may be an additional symptom that doctors can look for when assessing post-menopausal women for obstructive sleep apnea. That condition …

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Lack of sleep can lead to the common cold – KSL.com

 

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Lack of sleep can lead to the common cold
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A new study published in this week's journal SLEEP, finds that people who sleep less than six hours are more likely to catch a cold. Researchers tracked 164 healthy men and women for a week at a time, monitoring how much they slept and exposing them to …
Not getting enough sleep can make you sickCBS News
Sleep More, Sneeze Less: Increased Slumber Helps Prevent ColdsNPR
Lack of sleep puts you at higher risk for colds, first experimental study findsScience /AAAS
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European Sleep Apnea Devices Market, by Segment and Sleep Apnea Therapeutic … – PR Newswire (press release)

 

European Sleep Apnea Devices Market, by Segment and Sleep Apnea Therapeutic
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NEW YORK, Sept. 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The European sleep apnea devices market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 16.0% from 2014 to 2019. Germany holds the largest share of the European sleep apnea devices market. This large share of the …

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Report: Sleep-related deaths ‘large factor’ in Hamilton Co.’s high infant … – WCPO

 

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Report: Sleep-related deaths 'large factor' in Hamilton Co.'s high infant
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CINCINNATI — Sleep-related deaths play a "large factor" in Hamilton County's high infant mortality rate, a new study has found. Cradle Cincinnati, the nonprofit organization working to reduce the county's higher-than-average rate of infant deaths
Safe sleep report shows progressWKRC TV Cincinnati

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Sleep Apnea Damages Brain, Researchers Find – Newsmax

 

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Sleep Apnea Damages Brain, Researchers Find
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"We found that the blood–brain barrier becomes more permeable in obstructive sleep apnea, a breakdown that could contribute to brain injury, as well as potentially enhancing or accelerating the damage," said Rajesh Kumar, the study's principal
UCLA researchers provide first evidence of how obstructive sleep apnea damages HealthCanal.com
CPAP Works: Common Sleep Apnea Treatment Reverses Brain Function Changes Newswise (press release)

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ESC: Adaptive Sleep Apnea Tx Risk in HF ‘Real’ – MedPage Today

 

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ESC: Adaptive Sleep Apnea Tx Risk in HF 'Real'
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LONDON — The surprising mortality risk from central sleep apnea treatment in systolic heart failure (HF) appears real and more from sudden death than from chronic worsening, the SERVE-HF trial researchers suggested. The initial trial results rocked
Central sleep apnea device increases mortality in patients with HFHealio
Central Sleep Apnea Device Spikes Heart Failure MortalityMD Magazine
Central Sleep Apnea Therapy Neutral on Outcomes but Hints at Increased MortalityMedscape

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