Sleep disorders can affect kids (and their parents too). Our sleep expert explains the most common ones and how to over come them.
Research links sleep disorders to cognitive troubles. Our experts explain how improving your sleep may bolster your brain function.
Knowing what tonsils and adenoids do and why doctors sometimes take them out can help you decide if surgery is the right call for your child (or for you).
Severe snoring isn’t without risks. A new study shows that obstructive sleep apnea puts women, in particular, at risk for heart problems.
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