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Sleep Apnea (INACTIVE)

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  • Trucker health precautions

    Trucker health precautions
    Once tipping the scales at 412 pounds, commercial driver Glenn Horack now carries two precious things in his Peterbuilt truck to help with weight loss: His wife, Karla, — who keeps him honest — and a slow cooker. But Horack, who has dropped...
  • Change your lifestyle for better sleep

    Change your lifestyle for better sleep
    Contrary to popular belief, older adults require just as much sleep as they did when they were younger --not less. Medical research has verified that sleep problems are not a normal part of aging, though they are a common problem. Fortunately, it's a...
  • What You Need to Know About SIDS

    What You Need to Know About SIDS
    Mysterious deaths of babies during sleep have been recorded since antiquity. But the term sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS, wasn't coined until the 1960s when it was declared a medical disorder. What is SIDS? Often called "crib death," SIDS is...
  • Beware of using psychotropics

    Beware of using psychotropics
    Taking medication during pregnancy can be a difficult road to navigate. What's good for you isn't always good for your baby, and what's good for your baby isn't always good for you. Case in point: A new study suggests expectant mothers who continue to...
  • Wednesday's TV Talk Shows

     
    CBS This Morning The latest GOP primaries; Laura Linney. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Betty White; author Jill Smokler; Martha Stewart; sleep apnea; throwing a spring party; Tori Spelling. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC KTLA Morning News (N) 7 a.m. KTLA......
  • JaMarcus Russell talks about his issues while with the Raiders

     
    JaMarcus Russell: Former Oakland Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell tells Sports Illustrated that many factors contributed to his underachieving performance with the Raiders, including the deaths of 11 friends and family members, and sleep apnea....
  • Suburb’s Biggest Losers: ‘Get back your health’

     
    More than two years after their television debut on “The Biggest Loser,” Wheaton’s most famous “losers” are using their celebrity to inform and inspire others …...
  • Bariatric Surgery Among Important Weight Loss Tools

     
    By Susan J. WhiteNorthShore University HealthSystem More than half of the adult population in the United States is overweight and an estimated one-third of American …...
  • Group forming to help with sleep apnea

     
    A new support group through Centegra Health System aims at helping residents with sleep apnea. The group will be a part of the American Sleep …...
  • A solution to one of football's deadly problems: Institute weight limits

     
    Football linemen are getting bigger and bigger -- fatter and fatter in most cases -- even at the high school level. And while attaining such size will end up helping a tiny minority of them earn a living at the......
  • North suburban man accused of bilking $4 million from investors

     
    Chicago Tribune reports: A north suburban man has been charged with defrauding about $4 million from investors for a now-defunct sleep disorder business, spending much …...