Nationwide Sleep Study: When Snoring Should be Taken Seriously

Lauren Marcy recently reported in Michigan Health about a nationwide sleep study by the University of Michigan Health Research:
The study focuses on children between the ages of 3 and 12 that snore and may need a Adentonosillectomy.  As reported by the University of Michigan, “the purpose of the study is to look at treatment options for children who have snoring and mild breathing problems during sleep (MSDB). It is very common for children with MSDB to have surgery to remove their tonsils and adenoids.” The University of Michigan is studying the effects of T&A on children’s health and behavior.
The study’s principal investigator is Ronald David Chervin.
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