Many African Americans may have undiagnosed sleep apnea

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(Reuters Health) – Even though almost one in four black people in the U.S. may have moderate to severe sleep apnea, a common nighttime breathing disorder, a new study suggests the vast majority haven’t been diagnosed or treated by a doctor.

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