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

Being a loud snorer may weaken people's skulls, new research suggests. For unclear reasons, people with sleep apnoea have skulls that are up to 1.23mm thinner, a US study found today. Researchers clai... read more

Internet of things needs to use sound in ways computers and phones never have

If you hear something different, like a car engine making an odd sound, it may be time to phone a mechanic. Sound allows us to get messages while doing other things at the same tine ... is similar in ... read more

10 Baffling Medical Conditions

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 co... read more

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Bose Made a White Noise Machine You Stick In Your Ears

Also, it means you can stop sleeping with uncomfortable earbuds jammed into your skull. The Bose sleepbuds started as ... Bose’s demo simulated examples of noisy environments: Snoring partners, loud n... read more

Sleep apnea is linked to Alzheimer's disease, study finds

But experts say there is a silver lining: the study showed treatments used to calm the snoring and increase oxygen flow may be able to prevent Alzheimer's disease. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious ... read more

The US Congress Anti-Science Committee

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Trump to Impose Tariffs on Steel, Aluminum Imports

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CU Denver Study Calls Homeless Laws Harsh & Ineffective

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Toronto doctor launches 24-hour hotline for questions on concussions, head injuries

TORONTO -- A Toronto doctor specializing in concussion research and treatment has launched a 24-hour hotline as a resource for anyone who may have sustained a head ... brain is bruised by impact with ... read more

The birthday girl has fleas

My dog is snoring. It is, as far as I’m concerned, one of the sweetest sounds in the world. Especially considering the alternative – a duo of pub-goers on the sidewalk below my window pondering that a... read more

When in doubt, shout – why shaking someone’s beliefs turns them into stronger advocates

This may seem random, but previous studies have shown that people have less confidence in what they write with the hand they’re less comfortable with. Indeed, that’s what Gal and Rucker found in their ... read more

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