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Patients with BMI Over 32 Respond Less to Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation for OSA
Patients with BMI Over 32 Respond Less to Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation for OSA

April 10th 2024

A new study found patients with a BMI of 32 to 35 have lower odds of responding to the hypoglossal nerve stimulation for OSA compared to patients with a lower BMI.

Sleeping Pills Are Not the Only Solution for Insomnia: CBTi Is Another Option
Self-Guided CBT for Insomnia is Effective for People with Insomnia, Co-Morbid OSA

March 25th 2024

Bariatric Surgery Cured OSA In a Little More Than Half of Patients After 5 Years
Bariatric Surgery Cured OSA In a Little More Than Half of Patients After 5 Years

March 17th 2024

A Healthy Plant-Based Diet Linked to Lower OSA Risk
A Healthy Plant-Based Diet Linked to Lower OSA Risk

February 27th 2024

Patients with OSA Linked to Greater Gout Risk
Patients with OSA Linked to Greater Gout Risk

February 22nd 2024

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