One of the more serious sleep disorders is sleep apnea, in which patients stop breathing periodically throughout the night. Read More
Dr. Nilesh Davé, medical director of the new Sleep and Breathing Disorders Center at UT Southwestern Medical Center, says undiagnosed sleep disorders can have a big impact on people’s lives. Read More
People who are leery of using medication may turn to melatonin, but doctors at UT Southwestern Medical Center say this supplement shouldn’t be used as a long-term sedative. Read More
One of the more common sleep disorders is insomnia. Read More
This week on Health Watch, we’ve been talking about sleep disorders. Even those of us who don’t have serious problems such as insomnia or sleep apnea may occasionally struggle with sleep, especially when we have to adjust our bedtimes or waking up tim Read More
Cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, increase during cold weather, but parents can do one thing to lower their child’s risk: put infants to sleep on their backs. Read More
When a child has even a mild head injury, there can be long-term consequences. Read More
Dr. Robyn Horsager-Boehrer, an obstetrician/gynecologist at UT Southwestern Medical Center, says parents and caregivers of infants should receive a whooping cough booster shot. Read More
Taking care of children is a big responsibility. This week on Health Watch, we’ll talk about keeping children safe and healthy. Read More
Children from ethnic minority groups are far more likely to have asthma, but most educational materials about asthma don’t target these groups or take into consideration cultural differences. Read More
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