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Coffee may lower risk of depressionupdated: Fri Mar 30 2012 07:26:00

A study from Harvard University shows coffee may help reduce depression over the long term, especially for women.

Can diabetes cause fatigue, body ache?updated: Wed May 18 2011 07:12:00

Can diabetes be a (possible) cause of fatigue, leg and lower back aches? I have had bursts of energy for 10 to 15 minutes, but then need to sit for about 10 minutes, and I'm ready to go full steam again. PLEASE, Thank You, Mike

Is snoring affecting your handicap?updated: Fri Nov 27 2009 07:09:00

Have you ever had the feeling that a bad night's sleep has affected your game on the fairway?

Heavy snoring can be a danger signupdated: Mon Jul 06 2009 10:31:00

It's been nine years since Kim and Curtis Christiansen were married. Since then they've had their ups and downs, but they've remained close. But when Curtis began snoring about three years ago, Kim began sleeping on the couch.

Sleep apnea symptomsupdated: Mon Jul 06 2009 10:31:00

Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on how you know if it's just snoring or something more serious?

How can someone stop or reduce snoring?updated: Mon Jan 12 2009 10:54:00

Is there anything a person can do to stop snoring or possibly reduce the amount of snoring at night? It's so loud.

FSB: A business owner's nightmareupdated: Mon Aug 25 2008 10:48:00

When it comes to sleep disorders, insomnia isn't the only affliction robbing the weary of rest - and profits. According to the National Institutes of Health, as many as 20 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea, and about half don't realize it. Sleep apnea causes sufferers' airways to close every few minutes and forces the individuals awake as they fight for air. The symptoms? Snoring and daytime sleepiness. The malady has been linked to serious harm, such as strokes and heart disease. Sleepiness and Stroke Riskupdated: Thu Feb 21 2008 18:00:00

A new study suggests that excessive daytime drowsiness may foretell a risk for stroke and other vascular disorders

The benefits of: Sleepupdated: Fri Jun 15 2007 08:58:00

It's a mistake to underestimate the power of sleep. The former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher once proclaimed she slept only four hours a night.

Prediabetes: 50 million metabolic time bombsupdated: Tue Mar 06 2007 17:31:00

More than 50 million people in the United States may be ticking metabolic time bombs. Many are young. Most have no clue that they are on the verge of developing a potentially devastating disease. They are prediabetics and their numbers are growing.

Sleep apnea's real health risksupdated: Tue Nov 21 2006 17:26:00

Do you toss and turn while your partner appears to be in a deep sleep, complete with loud snoring? You may not be the only one who is missing out on a good night's sleep.

Money Magazine: Sleep Your Way to Successupdated: Wed Nov 01 2006 00:01:00

Your alarm jolts you into consciousness every weekday morning; you need a cup or two of joe just to get out the door--and two or three more to make it through the day. You rub your eyes to stay awa...

CNNMoney: A big bet on a fix for snoringupdated: Thu Jul 06 2006 10:32:00

A small medical device maker that's just gone public is hoping a unique treatment for sleep apnea and chronic snoring will help give a big lift to its stock - but the results so far have been mixed.

This week in the medical journalsupdated: Thu Nov 10 2005 20:03:00

The good, the bad and the silly

Money Magazine: The Sound and the Fury A new treatment for snoring can help both of you sleep happily ever after.updated: Wed Aug 01 2001 00:01:00

Let's face it: Snoring is embarrassing. No one wants to picture him- or herself supine, slack-mouthed and roaring away like a chainsaw. But about 40 million Americans do it--and for as many as half...

Fortune: Readers Sound Off On Sleep Disorders, Messy Desks, Office Pests,... And Moreupdated: Mon Apr 27 1998 00:01:00

Friends, let's start with the really important stuff: This is an urgent medical bulletin to anybody out there who falls asleep in meetings, or knows someone who falls asleep in meetings, or just ge...

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