Imagine waking up dozens or even hundreds of times each night. Doesn’t sound very restful, does it? Yet that’s the reality for people with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) – about 25 million Americans at last count, if not more. And it’s a reality that puts them at risk...
Sleep apnea isn’t just some annoyance. It can be life-threatening. Literally. But is it associated with cancer? Earlier research had suggested that intermittently limiting oxygen intake – as happens repeatedly through the night for those with sleep apnea – encouraged...
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