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Introduction: Cautions, Considerations, and Treatment Strategies
The Chair of a Special Report on substance abuse disorders describes the highlights of 6 articles in the series.
Understanding and Addressing Sleep Disruptions in Alcohol Use Disorders
This article reviews current literature on insomnia and alcohol use disorders and highlights assessment and treatment of sleep disorders in patients with comorbid alcohol abuse.
Climate Change Health Hazards Quiz
Test your knowledge of the products of climate change and the health effects they may have.
Climate Change Is a Health Hazard: 8 Examples
Increases in diabetes, insomnia, and skin cancer are just 3 of the hazardous trends identified in recent research. More findings in our slide show.
Delayed Sleep Wake Phase Disorder in Adolescents: Chronotherapy and Best Practices
Here: suggested strategies for assessment and management of this circadian sleep disorder commonly seen in adolescents.
New OSA Testing Guideline, Summarized
Obstructive sleep apnea ups the risk for many other health issues. Click through a 6-slide summary of updated recommendations.
There’s More to Nightmares Than Meets the Eye
Nightmare disorder can produce emotional manifestations of fear, anger, and sadness. Here are 7 reasons parasomnias can challenge even the most astute diagnostician.
Managing Insomnia: A Cautionary Tale
In this video, Dr Karl Doghramji, describes the various agents available for managing sleep disorders and discusses the adverse effects associated with over-the-counter, nutraceutical, and prescription sleep aids.
What’s New Under the Moon—Insomnia and Sleep Deprivation
Insomnia—a sleep disorder that can pose impairments far more debilitating than than problems with cognition (eg, difficulty processing, unclear thinking).
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