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Hurricanes Disrupt At-home Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatment

For patients who have obstructive sleep apnea (OAS), hurricanes can be especially disruptive. According to a study that surveyed OAS patients’ experiences with Hurricane Irma, many reported that they were unable to use positive airway pressure (PAP) therapy before, during, and after the storm. The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine recently published the results of…

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Why Am I Waking Up to Pee Again?

No one wants to keep getting up in the middle of the night. And if your bladder is repeatedly waking you up, it can make you drowsy and irritable throughout the day. If you wake up to pee more than twice each night, you may have a condition called nocturia. It’s more common among pregnant…

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Build a More Resilient Immune System

By Karen Koffler, M.D. Medical Director, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine University of Miami Health System   There is an opportunity to learn and grow from every crisis. Now more than ever, the coronavirus challenges us to become our own best health advocates. Based on the people I see that are most affected by serious…

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