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Snoring Children May Suffer From Sleep Apnea

In today’s article in the New York Times, Jane Brody writes about the sleep apnea disorder in young children.

“In most cases, the problem results when, during sleep, the child’s airway is temporarily obstructed by enlarged tonsils or adenoids or both — lymphoid tissues in the back of the throat — hence the name obstructive . . . → Read More: Snoring Children May Suffer From Sleep Apnea