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"Sleep, Circadian Rhythms, and Aging: New Avenues for Improving Brain Health, Physical Health, and Functioning"—the second in a three-part series of U13 Bedside-to-Bench Conferences—will be held October 4-6 in Bethesda, MD. Sponsored by the National Institute on Aging and the American Geriatrics Society, the conference will provide attendees across multiple disciplines with opportunities to learn about cutting-edge research, participate in creating recommendations for future research, and network with colleagues and leaders in the field. Click here for more information, and make sure to submit your application by June 1.

The 2014 CSS Annual Corportate Report is now available for download

In this report you will find a Letter from the President, profiles on the Board of Directors, spotlights on CSS activities (e.g., published guidelines, insomnia rounds, patient information brochures, website renovations, sleep disorders center listings), reports for the technologist, student and dental members, updates on activities of the special-interest groups in insomnia and pediatrics, and information on our biennial conferences and membership demographics. Please read and distribute widely to help us grow the membership. Contact any board member with your questions or ideas.

Most people don’t recognize how common sleep apnea is but it is a disorder that can have devastating effects. Dr. R. John Kimoff, Dr. Manisha Witmans and Dr. John Fleetham make sure you recognize the symptoms and are up-to-date with the latest innovations in treatment and technology.

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The Calgary Herald · 

People diagnosed with sleep apnea are two times more likely to be in a car crash than someone without the sleeping disorder, a new study has found.

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