Health in San Diego, CA

People of all shapes and sizes can be diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) but obesity is a major risk factor. We’ve taken a look at the research to find the connection between sleep apnea and obesity.

It’s 3:00 a.m. and you’re wide awake.In six hours you’re going to give the biggest presentation of your career. That is, after you get your kids ou...

Shifting your sleep schedule may trigger changes in the body that can eventually lead to obesity, diabetes, and other serious problems
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Staying awake at night and sleeping during the day for even just one 24-hour period can rapidly lead to changes in more than 100 proteins in the blood, including ones that have an effect on blood sugar, immune function, and metabolism, the new study finds.
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China has a few unique qualities that make its development of AI different to anywhere else in the world.

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The president and his disinformation squad are trying to distract you from the fundamental scandal.

The 700 companies in Paris' 'Les Deux Rives' are creating a circular economy, where recycling also generates social value for underprivileged Parisians.

The Japanese population grew exponentially in the 20th century, from around 40 million to 127 million.

Residents of the Loft at Silverado Beverly Place in Los Angeles slide down one of the tallest buildings in the city! The Sky Space is an observation deck on ...

What do you do when your get up and go gets up and leaves and all you really want to do is call in sick? Tips on how to get your motivation back!

Most of the time, hospice care is brought to the patient at home, since home is where most seriously ill people want to be: in familiar surroundings.

Several "significant" U.S. Department of Justice grants have been awarded to San Diego organizations, including a $1.2 million award to Rady Children's Hospital Center to develop and strengthen children's advocacy centers and child abuse teams in 13 states