Underdiagnosis of Sleep Apnea Is a Problem That Tech Can Fix

Advances in home sleep testing may chip away at the number of people who remain undiagnosed while capturing a more accurate calculation of the apnea hypopnea index. By Jane Kollmer There are many barriers that prevent patients from receiving an accurate diagnosis of sleep apnea, says Amir Reuveny, PhD, CEO and co-founder of Wesper, maker … Read more

Could sensitivity your to crying be associated with baby sleep problem

A common objection to sleep training is a fear of leaving your baby to cry. But what does the science have to say about infant crying and sleep? There’s nothing as visceral and primal as a baby’s cry… As parents, we’re programmed to respond emotionally and physiologically to our child’s cries. In fact, studies have … Read more