6/12/2008

University of Virginia researchers say a study including 215 children found those with larger necks were more likely to have a sleep-related breathing disorder. They say neck size had a stronger correlation with sleep breathing problems than obesity and BMI and suggest health care providers ask pediatric patients with larger necks about sleep-related issues, such as snoring, apnea, excessive sleepiness and hyperactivity.

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