More stories about "Snoring"

Nighttime Health Risk: Snoring May Cause Thickening of Artery Walls

If your bed partner's noisy breathing is too much to handle, then you better pay a visit to the doctor immediately.

Treatment of Prenatal Sleep-Disordered Breathing May Improve Your Baby's Health

Preeclampsia is a condition that may restrict blood flow to your unborn baby, but according to research, a simple breathing therapy may help lessen its effects.

Your Child's Snoring May Be a Sign of Behavior Problems

Research shows that there's more to this nightly habit than meets the eye.

People Who Snore May Be More Likely to Die from Cancer

Research shows the more problematic your snoring is, the higher the risk.

Kids Who Snore May Develop Emotional Problems Later On

It's not uncommon for breathing problems to reveal underlying health problems.