Snoring is a cry for help: what took the media so long to notice?

Submitted by Jerry Halberstadt on Mon, 10/06/2008 - 17:59

News about sleep apnea is welcome because it can encourage more people to seek treatment. Driving the news are reports of research that shows how dangerous sleep apnea really is, and findings that treatment does help. In addition, sleep can now be studied at home in addition to sleep centers, opening up the potential for treating many more people.

Tip for CPAP users

Submitted by Jerry Halberstadt on Mon, 10/06/2008 - 15:55

Here's an idea for action that can save you a lot of grief later in the event you lose your CPAP, or it is broken, or if you have any treatment problems.

Elderly Crossings

Submitted by Jerry Halberstadt on Wed, 08/06/2008 - 01:56

A Path to Another Country Psychologists say that moving, divorce, and the death of a loved one are three of the most difficult life transitions. Have they measured the difficulty of moving to that other country, the land of the aged?

Photographer's Lament

Submitted by Jerry Halberstadt on Thu, 12/06/2007 - 16:16

What is wrong with the art world?? How does a reproduction of a photograph by another worker (I hesitate to call him a photographer) become valuable art? Is it not decadent to reward the copyist (is "thief" accurate?) rather than the original artist?