Severe sleep apnea linked to higher death risk

08/1/2008 | USA Today

A new study has found that individuals with severe sleep apnea have a higher risk of death from any cause. The study found that about 33% of participants with moderate to severe sleep apnea had died after 14 years, compared with 7.7% of people without apnea. Researchers hypothesize that the condition erodes health over time.

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