New Device Offers Help With Sleep Apnea
For most people that have sleep apnea, the only solution has been a bulky, uncomfortable device. It's the most popular thing doctors prescribe to treat it. But users have long complained about other side effects, including everything from nasal congestion to ear pressure. So what if it could be replace with a much smaller device? KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
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