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Loud snoring thins the skull and may be deadly, study finds

People with sleep apnoea have skulls have are up to 1.23mm thinner than others Skull erosion of 1mm can cause spontaneous cerebrospinal fluid leak (sCSF-L) sCSF-L is when the protective fluid surrounding the brain leaks away This can result in dementia ... read more

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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Snoring may sound funny, but it could be deadly ... Doctors say loud snoring may be more than a nighttime nuisance — it could be a sign of sleep apnea. The best way to tell is with a sleep study, which goes like this: Malone ... read more

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Invariably, the next morning Adler finds ... skull for his brain. Surgeons made an incision at the base of Rhett's skull to the top of his neck and removed the bone around the brain stem and spinal cord. Doctors expected results of the surgery, conducted ... read more

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