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...one day using fMRI to judge 'ground truth' in law cases." Previously: Memory of everyday events may be compromised by sleep apnea, The rechargeable brain: Blood plasma from young mice...

...one day using fMRI to judge 'ground truth' in law cases." Previously: Memory of everyday events may be compromised by sleep apnea, The rechargeable brain: Blood plasma from young mice...

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...gives teens a crash course on the dangers of sleep deprivation, William Dement: Stanford Medicine's "Sandman", Stanford docs discuss all things sleep, Why untreated sleep apnea may cause more harm...

...gives teens a crash course on the dangers of sleep deprivation, William Dement: Stanford Medicine's "Sandman", Stanford docs discuss all things sleep, Why untreated sleep apnea may cause more harm...

...peopel doing projects that have to do wiht human immune responses -- everything from sleep apnea and wound healing to flu vaccines and HIV infections," Maecker said. "It's amazing the...

...peopel doing projects that have to do wiht human immune responses -- everything from sleep apnea and wound healing to flu vaccines and HIV infections," Maecker said. "It's amazing the...

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...disease. The two had also observed that many people who are overweight have sleep apnea, or short pauses in breathing during sleep, which can contribute to heart disease risk. The...

...disease. The two had also observed that many people who are overweight have sleep apnea, or short pauses in breathing during sleep, which can contribute to heart disease risk. The...

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...efforts, your sleep continues to be suboptimal, make an appointment to see a board-certified sleep specialist. Sleep disorders – ranging from insomnia, snoring, sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, narcolepsy, sleep...

...efforts, your sleep continues to be suboptimal, make an appointment to see a board-certified sleep specialist. Sleep disorders – ranging from insomnia, snoring, sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, narcolepsy, sleep...

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...decrease during sleep, maintaining the brain's sleep/wake homeostasis. Alcohol-induced adenosine wears off too quickly, which makes for less restful sleep in the short term, and can compromise the brain's ability...

...decrease during sleep, maintaining the brain's sleep/wake homeostasis. Alcohol-induced adenosine wears off too quickly, which makes for less restful sleep in the short term, and can compromise the brain's ability...

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...journal Sleep suggests a connection between sleep apnea and decreased sperm production. Michael Eisenberg, MD, a Stanford expert in male fertility, thinks the results are important but inconclusive. When reached...

...journal Sleep suggests a connection between sleep apnea and decreased sperm production. Michael Eisenberg, MD, a Stanford expert in male fertility, thinks the results are important but inconclusive. When reached...

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...that sleep apnea can cause difficulty in sufferers remembering where they left their keys and other daily events. Cheating jet lag: Stanford researchers develop method to treat sleep disturbances: A...

...that sleep apnea can cause difficulty in sufferers remembering where they left their keys and other daily events. Cheating jet lag: Stanford researchers develop method to treat sleep disturbances: A...

...obstructive sleep apnea, Why untreated sleep apnea may cause more harm to your health than feeling fatigued and How effective are surgical options for sleep apnea? Photo by Jared Polin...

...obstructive sleep apnea, Why untreated sleep apnea may cause more harm to your health than feeling fatigued and How effective are surgical options for sleep apnea? Photo by Jared Polin...

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...all things sleep, Catching some Zzzs at the Stanford Sleep Medicine Center, Thanks, Jerry: Honoring pioneering Stanford sleep research and Catching up on sleep science Related: Stalking the netherworld of...

...all things sleep, Catching some Zzzs at the Stanford Sleep Medicine Center, Thanks, Jerry: Honoring pioneering Stanford sleep research and Catching up on sleep science Related: Stalking the netherworld of...

...control of an aircraft. Among those who are most prone to the condition are those with sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea or those who sleep less than 6 hours...

...control of an aircraft. Among those who are most prone to the condition are those with sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea or those who sleep less than 6 hours...

...get an additional hour of sleep and had less fragmented sleep than women who had gestational diabetes. Previously: Why untreated sleep apnea may cause more harm to your health than...

...get an additional hour of sleep and had less fragmented sleep than women who had gestational diabetes. Previously: Why untreated sleep apnea may cause more harm to your health than...

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Today on the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine blog on the Huffington Post, sleep neurologist Mitchell Miglis, MD, explains why individuals with untreated sleep apnea have an increased...

Today on the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine blog on the Huffington Post, sleep neurologist Mitchell Miglis, MD, explains why individuals with untreated sleep apnea have an increased...

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A recent entry on the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine blog on the Huffington Post examines the effectiveness of surgical options for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), from which...

A recent entry on the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine blog on the Huffington Post examines the effectiveness of surgical options for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), from which...

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...epilepsy, dementia, stroke and sleep apnea. The study showed a marked decrease in the number of car crashes as a result of the physicians’ reports. Prior to warnings, the patients...

...epilepsy, dementia, stroke and sleep apnea. The study showed a marked decrease in the number of car crashes as a result of the physicians’ reports. Prior to warnings, the patients...