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Obstructive sleep apnea is a common disorder affecting as many as 1 in 4 U.S. adults between 30 and 70 years old. As of now, treatment typically involves mouthpieces or breathing machines, but a recent study in rats may eventually lead to the development of a drug that targets the root cause of obstructive sleep apnea. What do you make of this finding? Do you or someone you know suffer from sleep apnea? What has your experience with the current treatment options been like? Let us know in the comments!www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/a-centuries-old-aphrodisiac-might-help-people-with-sleep-apnea_us_58... ... See MoreSee Less
A Centuries-Old Aphrodisiac Might Help People With Sleep Apnea
Scientists say this is the first step in designing a drug for the chronic sleep disorder.
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Fun Fact Friday:We are so excited to sponsor the #Winterhawks in the #WHLPlayoffs! Head to your nearest viewing party location tonight and help us cheer on the Hawks as they take on the Prince George Cougars in an exciting first-round matchup! ... See MoreSee Less
Game Day! The #Hawks open the 2017 #Winterhawks Parklane MattressesPlayoffs in Prince George at 7 pm! #PGvsPOR #WHLPlayoffs // Watch LIVE at any #Winterhawks Viewing Party HQ ➡️ pdxhwk.us/2ds23f3
VIEWING PARTIES: Tonight at Sports Look, you can win a game-used, autographed Colton Veloso stick! All #Winterhawks Viewing Party locations will show Games 1 and 2 LIVE!
Guess who will score the first goal for your #Winterhawks and you could win two tickets to Game 3 in Portland - just comment below!
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