Sleep Apnea In The News

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Headlines involving sleep apnea:


Sleep apnea prevalent among NFL retirees (UPI)
ROCHESTER, Minn., April 20 (UPI) — Sleep disordered breathing — sleep apnea — is highly prevalent among retired National Football League players, particularly linemen, U.S. researchers said.

The fast and the serious (Morris Daily Herald)
JOLIET - “My heart problem started out slowly - once a year my heart would go into atrial fibrillation (A-Fib), where it beat faster than normal," recalled 33-year-old Shorewood resident Ryan Nurczyk.

Sleep Apnea Seeps Into More Lives (KRBC - KTAB TV Abilene)
Chet Low has been recently diagnosed with sleep apnea. "For certain periods of time I would stop breathing. I've just been a couch potato, falling asleep on the couch. I even fall asleep at the dinner table. Now, that's bad."

Leviste’s counsel slams CA’s ‘baseless’ ruling (The Daily Tribune)
The legal counsel for the convicted former Batangas Gov. Jose Antonio Leviste assailed the Court of Appeals (CA) for its “legally and factually baseless” ruling junking their petition to have the imprisoned former governor released on bail.

Banding procedure seen as a lasting fix for obesity (The Champaign News-Gazette)
There was a time when Don Hess would go to a buffet and really load up his plate. He loved his own cooking and pretty much everybody else's.

Tips for staying healthy while you search for a new job (The Pantagraph)
After “find a job,” put “stay healthy” on your to-do list if you’re one of the hundreds of thousands who have lost a job in the past month or if you fear a layoff coming on.

Leviste counsel insists bail is proper (Yehey!)
The counsel of former Batangas Gov. Jose Antonio Leviste criticized the Court of Appeals yesterday for denying his client’s petition for bail. Henry Capela said the CA Third Division said the ruling was not supported by any law.

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