Articles for Tag: "sleep apnea"

Think twice about drinking alcohol before bed 
Think twice about drinking alcohol before bed
Researchers say that nearly 20 percent of Americans drink to help doze off. Learn why it’s not a good idea.
Having a younger sibling may be good for your child’s health 
Having a younger sibling may be good for your child’s health
Children without a younger brother or sister by the time they reach first grade are three times more likely to be obese, new research suggests.
Sleep apnea influences how the brain works 
Sleep apnea influences how the brain works
New research finds that looking at chemicals in the brain could help those who suffer from sleep apnea.
Managing sleep apnea could benefit heart failure patients 
Managing sleep apnea could benefit heart failure patients
Diagnosing and treating this condition could help to decrease hospital readmissions for this heart issue.
Sleeping well while young pays off in old age 
Sleeping well while young pays off in old age
New research says improving sleeping habits early in life could ward off memory problems later.
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Does your child need their tonsils removed?
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Think twice about drinking alcohol before bed 
Think twice about drinking alcohol before bed
Researchers say that nearly 20 percent of Americans drink to help doze off. Learn why it’s not a good idea.