Rick Perry's now-famous "Oops" moment during a 2011 debate was likely the result of a long-undiagnosed case of sleep apnea, according to a new book wr...
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These two studies are the first to establish a link between OSA and cancer in humans. Previous studies have shown evidence of a relationship between cancer and sleep apnea in mice.
It's common knowledge that good sleep is healthy, and that not getting good sleep isn't healthy. I would not be surprised to find that "not getting good sleep" contributes to a multitude of afflictions.
Sleep-disordered breathing -- which includes obstructive sleep apnea -- is linked with an increased risk of dying from cancer, a new study suggests.
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