Severe sleep apnea raises risk of death by 46% in adults

08/18/2009 | Reuters

A study of 6,400 adults found those who had major sleep apnea had a 46% greater risk of dying from any cause, regardless of age, sex, race, weight or smoking. Researchers said people who had less severe sleep-breathing problems didn't have the elevated risk.

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