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Anne Marie Morse, DOSleep Disorders | July 12, 2024
Dr. Anne Marie Morse discusses the challenges of treating children and adolescents with narcolepsy.
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Anne Marie Morse, DOSleep Disorders | July 9, 2024
Dr. Anne Marie Morse details how having a sleep disorder can impact personal and professional relationships.
Anne Marie Morse, DOSleep Disorders | July 1, 2024
Dr. Anne Marie Morse, who was in attendance at SLEEP 2024, recapped the most notable research from the event.
Anne Marie Morse, DOSleep Disorders | June 26, 2024
Dr. Anne Marie Morse and co-host continue their discussion with retired NFL player Josh Andrews on his narcolepsy diagnosis.
Rob DillardADA 2024 | June 21, 2024
The use of tirzepatide in patients with obstructive sleep apnea and obesity improves both OSA severity and metabolic issues.
Joel LathamSleep Disorders | June 17, 2024
Joel Latham, head of Incannex Healthcare, discusses IHL-42X, a proprietary treatment combination for patients with OSA.
Gary Garcia-MolinaSLEEP 2024 | June 5, 2024
Gary Garcia-Molina details the connection between obstructive sleep apnea and CVD and explains how smart beds can help.
Anne Marie Morse, DOSleep Disorders | June 4, 2024
Dr. Anne Marie Morse and co-host Matthew Allard speak with ex-NFL player Josh Andrews about how narcolepsy affects his life.
Rob DillardSLEEP 2024 | June 4, 2024
Depression is common in individuals with obstructive sleep apnea, and this is especially true in women.
Rob DillardSLEEP 2024 | May 31, 2024
Obstructive sleep apnea and asthma share common biological pathways.
Rob DillardSLEEP 2024 | May 31, 2024
A study identified attributes driving treatment preference in caregivers of pediatric patients with narcolepsy.
Anne Marie Morse, DOSLEEP 2024 | May 31, 2024
Dr. Morse, a premier thought leader in sleep health, previews the upcoming SLEEP 2024 meeting.
Rob DillardSLEEP 2024 | May 30, 2024
H1N1 and influenza B viruses may trigger narcolepsy with cataplexy.
Rob DillardDDW 2024 | May 20, 2024
People with poor sleep and high genetic risk have a significantly higher risk of developing digestive diseases.
Rob DillardSleep Disorders | May 13, 2024
Midpoint of sleep is associated with multiple measures of sleep quality and could be a biomarker for AD risk.
Rob DillardSleep Disorders | May 7, 2024
Sleep alterations occur with considerable frequency in chronic stroke patients and can lead to worse outcomes.
Rob DillardHeart Failure | February 12, 2024
Many cardio-oncology patients at increased risk for congestive heart failure from cancer therapy have OSA.
Patrick DalySleep Disorders | August 23, 2023
Excessive daytime sleepiness was linked to a higher risk of premature all-cause death in female patients with OSA.
Patrick DalySleep Disorders | August 23, 2023
Survey data showed patients with idiopathic hypersomnia self-reported substantially impaired QoL and daily functioning.
Patrick DalySleep Disorders | August 23, 2023
Researchers developed a faster calculation for hypoxic burden using desaturations that was comparable with manual scoring.
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