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[KARE 11, December 21, 2018]   If you snore at night, you may have a higher risk of a heart attack or stroke. New research shows women with sleep apnea are more prone to heart disease.
December 21, 2018
[WCCO Radio, December 07, 2018]   A new German study has linked obstructive sleep apnea, a severe form of snoring, to an increased risk of heart disease, particularly in women. Stacey Ko, a certified physician assistant with a specialty in sleep medicine at Allina Health’s United Lung and Sleep Clinic will talked with WCCO Radio about the study and what it all means.
December 07, 2018
[KARE 11, August 18, 2018]   With school starting soon, it's worth making sure your teen is getting enough sleep. Allina Health's Dr. Andrew Stiehm shares how much sleep our teens need.
August 18, 2018
[WCCO-TV, May 08, 2018]   A new study shows that one in four couples sleep in separate bedrooms and it has nothing to do with a troubled marriage. Dr. Andrew Stiehm shares why.
May 08, 2018
[KARE 11, May 02, 2018]   Love staying up late but have to get up early? A new study suggests it’s not only bad for your health, it could also be deadly! Researchers say people who consider themselves “night owls” face a higher risk of dying prematurely than “morning people”.
May 02, 2018
[WCCO-TV, April 28, 2018]   A recent study says night owls risk an earlier death than those of us who consider ourselves morning people. Allina Health's Dr. Daniel Kessler shares why.
April 28, 2018
[WCCO Radio, April 19, 2018]   A new study says night owls risk an earlier death than those of us who consider ourselves morning people. Allina Health's Dr. Andrew Stiehm shares why.
April 19, 2018
[WCCO-TV, March 12, 2018]   Feeling a little groggy after losing an hour of sleep? You’re not alone.
March 12, 2018
[KARE 11, February 13, 2018]   While Americans are actually getting more z's a night, a whopping 18 minutes, one-third of seniors say they have to take a sleep aid to fall asleep.
February 13, 2018
[KARE 11, December 08, 2017]   Before you doze off into dreamland, there's something you should know. Extra sleep might actually increase the risk of heart disease, especially in older women.
December 08, 2017