Asthma tied to higher risk of sleep apnea (HealthDay News) -- Two troublesome adult breathing issues -- asthma and sleep apnea -- may have a connection, a new study suggests. Adults who struggle with asthma face an increased risk ... a new study reports.More >> Cancer, heart disease not likely ... 01/14/2015 - 4:51 am | View Link
25 Horrible Things That Happen If You Don't Get Enough Sleep Migraines can be triggered by sleepless nights, and 36 to 58% of people with sleep apnea wake up with "nondescript morning ... People who are underslept seem to have hormone imbalances that are tied to increased appetite, more cravings for high-calorie ... 02/8/2014 - 3:19 am | View Link
Sleep Apnea Severity Predicts Aggressiveness of Skin Cancer Study Reports Gestational Diabetes Increases Risk of Sleep Apnea by Seven Times Sleep Apnea Severity Linked to Race Sleep Apnea Tied to Sudden ... findings on cancer and sleep apnea. Past studies found evidence that sleep apnea increased the risk of ... 09/9/2013 - 3:37 am | View Link
Strong, Divided Reactions to Sleep Apnea Claims However, I was more than a little dismayed at your column on sleep apnea and the comments by ... depression, increased in risk of a heart attack or stroke, and even an increase in cancer mortality rates. Webster is appalled that veterans actually take ... 06/12/2013 - 9:00 pm | View Link
Sleep Apnea Tied To Increased Risk Of Cancer A new study has found a link between those with sleep apnea and an increased risk of cancer, reports The New York Times. Approximately 28 million Americans have some form of sleep apnea, which is categorized by snoring, fatigue and dangerous pauses in ... 05/23/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Study links severe sleep apnea to increased risk of stroke ... Study links severe sleep apnea to increased risk of stroke, cancer and death | | 03/3/2015 - 9:14 pm | View Website
What Is Sleep Apnea? Causes, Risk Factors, and Effects Obstructive sleep apnea is a common and serious disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops for 10 seconds or more during sleep. The disorder results in decreased ... 03/3/2015 - 6:48 am | View Website
Sleep Apnea: Learn About Symptoms and Treatment Sleep Apnea Awareness Sleep Apnea Symptoms and Warning Signs. The symptoms of sleep apnea may include: daytime fatigue and sleepiness, insomnia, poor concentration ... 03/3/2015 - 4:25 am | View Website
Sleep apnea For moderate to severe sleep apnea, the most common treatment is the use of a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) or automatic positive airway pressure (APAP ... 03/1/2015 - 7:15 pm | View Website
American Sleep Apnea Association | American Sleep Apnea ... Information on reducing injury, disability, and death from sleep apnea. 02/28/2015 - 1:51 am | View Website
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James Van Der Beek is returning to television, but he’s not playing a comedic version of himself like in Don’t Trust the B-, nor is he playing a teen heartthrob like in Dawson’s Creek. Here, he’s playing Special Agent Elijah Mundo in the latest iteration of the CSI franchise, CSI: Cyber, which premieres March 4 on CBS.
Special Agent Mundo is current FBI and former military — or, as Van Der Beek put it in an interview with TIME: “He’s the guy that they call when they need someone to kick down a door or chase somebody.” While the show is about a whip-smart team of cyber law enforcement agents, Van Der Beek promises that CSI: Cyber isn’t just “people staring at a screen for 47 and a half minutes.” Instead, it’s a fast-paced crime drama that leverages the world’s growing cyber-insecurity into a new life for the long-time franchise.
TIME talked to Van Der Beek about trading comedy chops for karate chops, why he covers the camera on his laptop and what it was like working with Oscar winner Patricia Arquette.
TIME: Playing an action character is pretty different for you after years of comedy.
James Van Der Beek: Yeah.
Pope Francis urged crowds gathered in St. Peter’s Square on Wednesday to show respect for the elderly, saying people will be judged by how they treat their older counterparts.
“Where the elderly are not honored, there is no future for the young,” Pope Francis told the 12,000 followers who attended his weekly address, Vatican Radio reports.“A society where the elderly are discarded carries within it the virus of death.”
The 78-year-old Argentine pontiff denounced the lack of care with which people treat their elders, even as life expectancy has increased.
Paris Hilton's youngest brother, Conrad, agreed to plead guilty to assaulting flight attendants on a trip from London to Los Angeles last year during which authorities say he called other passengers "peasants" and threatened to kill crew members.