New Research Illuminates Correlation Between Sleep Apnea and Early Heart Injury in Woman

By definition, sleep apnea is a disorder that leads to continual pauses and disruptions in breathing while sleeping. One of the most common kinds of sleep apnea is obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a disorder that affects approximately 25 million adults in the United States. An individual with OSA may experience up to 60 sleep...

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Climate Change is Proving to Have Drastic Effects on Arctic Regions

Environmental conservation is increasingly gaining traction in the public’s eye due to the more apparent effects it’s having on people’s surroundings. Some people may simply be feeling the rising temperatures during the summers and in their homes. Just between 1993 and 2005, temperatures increased so much that the...

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Trevor Noah Takes Over Daily Show, Gen X Feels Left Out

While 27% of new home sales are members of Generation X moving in, Trevor Noah, new host of “The Daily Show,” showed the world that Generation X was actually moving out. According to a recent story from Salon, Noah’s debut on “The Daily Show” had many memorable moments, most of which put heavy emphasis...

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N.C. Acupuncturists Seek To End Dry Needling Practices Run by Physical Therapists

Oct 09, 15 N.C. Acupuncturists Seek To End Dry Needling Practices Run by Physical Therapists

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A group of acupuncturists in North Carolina are headed to court to contest the practice of “dry needling” by physical therapists. One of the biggest misconceptions about acupuncture is that it’s neither safe nor proven to be effective; in reality, acupuncturists must have a license in order to practice —...

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Court of Appeals Judge Strikes Down Woman’s 4 Year Lottery Scam Sentence

It might be time for a Washington woman sentenced to four years in prison for an attempted lottery scam to try playing it for real. Katrina Bowen found out last week her luck had changed at least a little when a superior court declared her original sentence too harsh, according to the local news site Columbian.com. Bowen pleaded...

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