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Mild-to-Moderate Sleep Apnea Ups Risk for Hypertension, Diabetes

10:47 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | Medscape

Early detection and treatment of sleep apnea are important to prevent future cardiometabolic diseases in young and middle-aged adults, researchers say.
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