Sleep Apnea Associated with Neurocognitive Dysfunction in Women

According to a new study looking at a large sample of US hispanics, women, but not men, are more likely to suffer neurocognitive dysfunction if they suffered from sleep apnea.

A Large, Population-Based Study

dreamstime_s_30174457The data for the study, which was presented at the annual meeting of


Sleep Apnea, Snoring, and Speech

Sleep apnea is a condition that is almost completely exclusive to people. The only known exception: bulldogs and some other short-faced dog breeds. In fact, it was by studying bulldogs that the inventor of CPAP developed his concept.

Humans and bulldogs both get sleep apnea because of our shortened faces, and


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