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Near Perfect Success with the Somnodent Oral Appliance

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I am a 56 year old general dentist that was diagnosed with severe sleep apnea approximately 4 years ago. AHI 35. My wife told me for several years that Source link

SleepTech Standards Working Group

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Since 2014 the National Sleep Foundation has advanced the SleepTech Standards Working Group administered by the Consumer Technology Association. The work of this Working Group aims to bring together sleep experts and technology manufacturers to enhance technology standards for sleep technology. To date, the working group has 42 members, including Apple, Beddit, Fitbit, Qualcomm Inc. and Jawbone, among others. Sidebar Image Source link

I don't need the CPAP anymore

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Hi, just want to let you all know I was able to go from a diagnosis of moderate sleep apnea (26 incidents/hour) 2 years ago to mild (9 incidents) currently. Source link

National Sleep Foundation's SleepTech® Award

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World's First Innovation Award for Sleep Technology Thank you for your interest in National Sleep Foundation’s SleepTech Award! This award is the world’s first innovation award targeted specifically at sleep technology. Semi-finalists were invited to present their products to a live audience and panel of judges during the 2017 SleepTech Summit, held in conjunction with the 11th annual Health 2.0 Fall Conference, in Santa Clara, CA, October 1-4. SNOO, a baby bed from Happiest Baby, was named the winner. Read the 2017 Award Press Release. Questions? Please email sleeptechaward@sleepfoundation.org. Source link

My Good News Story About Sleep Apnea

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I’m not really worried about the prize, if I get my story published that’s fine because I already feel I have won, I feel lucky because I have got my life Source link

Researchers design synthetic beta cells to secrete insulin in response to high blood sugar

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Treating type 1 diabetes and some cases of type 2 diabetes has long required painful and frequent insulin injections or a mechanical insulin pump for insulin infusion. But researchers from the University of North Carolina and NC State have now developed what could be a much more patient-friendly option: artificial cells that automatically release insulin into the bloodstream when glucose levels rise. Source link

From Frustration with Sleep Apnea to Hope

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Hello folks, I'm Harry, aged 66 yrs, though had it not been for my dear wife,I should have wound up a decade ago! Years back, I was in a high-flying Source link

Montessori preschool boosts academic results and reduces income-based inequality: study

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Children in Montessori preschools show improved academic performance and social understanding, while enjoying their school work more, finds the first longitudinal study of Montessori education outcomes. Strikingly, children from low-income families, who typically don't perform as well at school, show similar academic performance as children from high-income families. Children with low executive function similarly benefit from Montessori preschools. The study, published in Frontiers in Psychology, suggests that well-implemented Montessori education could be a powerful way to help disadvantaged children to achieve their academic potential. Source link

Ruby to the Rescue From Sleep Apnea

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I just very recently submitted a story Titled -'How One Simple Test Can Save Years of Heartache'. Being diagnosed with Sleep Apnea was just one step Source link

Important mechanism of epigenetic gene regulation identified

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How can defective gene activity leading to cancerbe avoided? Researchers at the University of Zurich have now identified a mechanism by which cells pass on the regulation of genetic information through epigenetic modifications. These insights open the door to new approaches for future cancer treatments. Source link