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Sleep Apnea: As many as 90 percent of all cases are undiagnosed

Healthy Smiles by Rita Tempel, DDS – This column was originally published in the Gettysburg Times, February 15, 2018

There is a rising health issue among our population: sleep apnea. 532 more words

Programme finalised for Royal Free training day

We’re looking forward to the next NE Thames training day at Royal Free Hospital on Wed 7th Feb. It will be held at: Lecture Theatre 3, UCL medical School, Royal Free Hospital Campus.  140 more words


The CPAP Saga.

Although I now seem to have the pernicious anemia part of my spectrum of autoimmune disease under control, and various diagnostic tests in the middle of last year found no new tumors of detectable size, my accumulation of health challenges has not slowed down. 854 more words


Interesting security websites

Here is a short overview of all kind of interesting web sites concerning security. 425 more words


Explained: Singapore’s Official Secrets Act

(Source: sg.news.yahoo.com)

If there is one “secret” that you should uncover for yourself, then that is Singapore’s Official Secrets Act (OSA). Enacted to prevent the disclosure of official documents and information, the 19 sections in the OSA describe what such disclosure involves and what can happen if you commit an offence under… 1,025 more words

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Digging In The Crates - Tuesday Bhangra


Lets get back to 1994, the classic Album Midas Touch by Malkit Singh, the boliya are still pumped/played today, producer Ravi Bal really set the bar with this one. 46 more words


20% of road traffic accidents in the CANADA are sleep-related

DrOko, Consultant ENT surgeon Michael Oko, UK government advisor on Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and Founder of the Sleeping Disorders Centres spoke today at the conference offering solutions for obstructive sleep apnea which is an ever increasing problem in the Arabian Gulf. 375 more words