Snoring and sleep apnoea

Sleep apnoea linked to aggressive melanoma

While it's impossible to say that sleep apnoea causes melanoma to become more aggressive, researchers found that apnoea was more common and severe in melanoma patients.

Dealing with sleep apnoea

If you have been told that you snore, you wake up with headaches and are constantly sleepy during the day than the chances are you are suffering from sleep apnoea.

A battle for breath

Carte Blanche Medical aired a story about obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) this week, a breathing disorder that occurs in 5% of women and 25% of men. Read more about this condition.

Noisy little snorers

Is your child’s snoring keeping you up at night? If so, you’re not alone. Snoring is a common symptom, occurring in about 3-12% of children.

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