Blood count values and ratios for predicting sleep apnea in obese children
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I've read stories like this one before - "getting up early changed my life" - and rolled my eyes more times than I can count. If I were to describe my sleep type , it would be...
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Transportation Noise Affects the Health of People
The major annoyance related to transportation noise could lead to deleterious effects on health such as sleeping disorders, stress, cardiovascular diseases.
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One in four children have decreased quality of life after sepsis
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Internet, in-person cognitive behavioral therapy effective for insomnia in military
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An underused simple blood test can help to improve treatment options for colon cancer.
Can Parasite Strain-Specific Factors Determine the Severity of Malaria?
Malaria is an infectious mosquito-borne disease. Parasite strain-specific factors can determine the severity of malaria.
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Cognitive impairments are not a problem limited to addiction patients in treatment, but constitute a broader problem among substance users.
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What are people saying about U.S. Senate's new health care bill?
Take a look at reactions from Ohioans and national figures on the Senate version of a healthcare bill.
U.S. stops all imports of Brazilian beef for food safety concerns
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has suspended all imports of fresh beef from Brazil because of recurring food safety problems discovered since March, when the agency began...
U.S. College Student Released From North Korea Has 'Extensive Loss of Brain...
This article originally appeared on People.com. The 22-year-old college student who was released from imprisonment in North Korea in a coma likely suffered from cardiopulmonary...
Why Do I Fart So Much? Ways To Reduce Excessive Gas
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