About 15% of all youths have sleep apnea or other kinds of sleep-disordered breathing, nearly 90% of whom remain undiagnosed, according to a study in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. "Children who have behavior problems or are suspected to have [attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder] might actually be suffering from a chronic lack of restorative sleep," said researcher and study co-author John White.
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