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Theravent hits milestone in sleep disorder treatment

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10/30/2013

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Theravent’s sleep apnea treatments have now been used for more than 4.5 million nights, the company announced Oct. 29.

People news: Nonin, CareTouch

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10/30/2013

Minneapolis-based Nonin Medical has appointed Richard Eagle vice president of sales.

Judge tosses Scooter Store lawsuit

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10/29/2013

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas – Senior U.S. District Judge Harry Lee Hudspeth has tossed a lawsuit filed by former employees of The Scooter Store seeking damages over the falling value of their stock ownership plan, the San Antonio Express-News reports.

Exposure improves CPAP compliance, study finds

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10/29/2013

CHACAGO – Exposure therapy can help desensitize patients to the claustrophobia or intolerance they may experience when using CPAP machines, a new study suggests.

Florida pharmacy launches online store

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10/29/2013

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Family-owned Preston Pharmacy and Home Medical is reaching out to customers nationwide through a new online store, the company has announced.

Somnetics launches Auto CPAP

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10/28/2013

MINNEAPOLIS – Somnetics has rounded out its offering of portable sleep therapy devices with the Transcend Auto, the company announced Oct. 28.

Association recognizes Numotion

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10/28/2013

MILWAUKEE – Numotion recently received the Community Service Award for Exceptional Volunteerism and Corporate Sponsorship from the southeastern Wisconsin chapter of the National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NSCIA), the company has announced.

USA Cares commends Pride, Quantum

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10/28/2013

EXETER, Pa. – Pride Mobility Products and Quantum Rehab were recently recognized for their support of USA Cares, an organization providing financial assistance to and advocacy for military families.

Rotech opens customer support center in N.C.

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10/25/2013

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Rotech Healthcare has opened a new customer support center in Charlotte, N.C., creating 200 new jobs.

OSA could lead to more heart disease in women, study says

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10/25/2013

LOS ANGELES – Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) disrupts body functions controlling blood pressure, heart rate and sweating, more so in women than in men, according to a new study from the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Nursing.

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