An article recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association reported on a study that showed elderly women (mean age 82) who had sleep apnea were more likely to develop cognitive deficits than a similar group of women who did not have sleep apnea.  The study followed these women over a period of several years.  Although this study received a lot of press, the finding – one of ...

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