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    February 2016
  1. WILLIAMS NJ, Jean-Louis G, Ravenell J, Seixas A, et al
    A community-oriented framework to increase screening and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea among blacks.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:82-7.
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  2. WILLIAMS NJ, Grandner MA, Wallace DM, Cuffee Y, et al
    Social and behavioral predictors of insufficient sleep among African Americans and Caucasians.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:103-7.
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  3. MATTHEWS KA, Pantesco EJ
    Sleep characteristics and cardiovascular risk in children and adolescents: an enumerative review.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:36-49.
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  4. RANGARAJ VR, Knutson KL
    Association between sleep deficiency and cardiometabolic disease: implications for health disparities.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:19-35.
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  5. LAPOSKY AD, Van Cauter E, Diez-Roux AV
    Reducing health disparities: the role of sleep deficiency and sleep disorders.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:3-6.
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  6. GRANDNER MA, Williams NJ, Knutson KL, Roberts D, et al
    Sleep disparity, race/ethnicity, and socioeconomic position.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:7-18.
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  7. JEAN-LOUIS G, Grandner M
    Importance of recognizing sleep health disparities and implementing innovative interventions to reduce these disparities.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:1-2.
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  8. DUDLEY KA, Patel SR
    Disparities and genetic risk factors in obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:96-102.
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  9. COMBS D, Goodwin JL, Quan SF, Morgan WJ, et al
    Longitudinal differences in sleep duration in Hispanic and Caucasian children.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:61-6.
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  10. SLOPEN N, Lewis TT, Williams DR
    Discrimination and sleep: a systematic review.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:88-95.
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  11. PETROV ME, Lichstein KL
    Differences in sleep between black and white adults: an update and future directions.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:74-81.
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  12. HILL TD, Trinh HN, Wen M, Hale L, et al
    Perceived neighborhood safety and sleep quality: a global analysis of six countries.
    Sleep Med. 2016;18:56-60.
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    January 2016
  13. YANG R, Gao W, Li R, Zhao Z, et al
    What is the role of ADHD symptoms in obesity affecting cognitive outcomes?
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:163.
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  14. VITELLI O, Miano S, Villa MP
    Response to the letter "What is the role of ADHD symptoms in obesity affecting cognitive outcome?".
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:164.
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  15. CHOKROVERTY S
    Many faces of REM sleep behavior disorder: an editorial.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:177-8.
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  16. LIU G, Li L, Zhang J, Xue R, et al
    Restless legs syndrome and pregnancy or delivery complications in China: a representative survey.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:158-62.
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  17. BORDIER P, Lataste A, Hofmann P, Robert F, et al
    Nocturnal oxygen therapy in patients with chronic heart failure and sleep apnea: a systematic review.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:149-57.
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  18. SKEBA P, Hiranniramol K, Earley CJ, Allen RP, et al
    Inter-movement interval as a primary stable measure of periodic limb movements of sleep.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:138-43.
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  19. ARNALDI D, Latimier A, Leu-Semenescu S, Vidailhet M, et al
    Loss of REM sleep features across nighttime in REM sleep behavior disorder.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:134-7.
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  20. NAYAK CS, Sinha S, Nagappa M, Kandavel T, et al
    Effect of valproate on the sleep microstructure of juvenile myoclonic epilepsy patients - a cross-sectional CAP based study.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:129-33.
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  21. JANG SH, Seo WS, Kwon HG
    Post-traumatic narcolepsy and injury of the ascending reticular activating system.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:124-5.
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  22. HYUN JW, Kim SH, Jeong IH, Joung A, et al
    Increased frequency and severity of restless legs syndrome in patients with neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:121-3.
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  23. CASSEL W, Kesper K, Bauer A, Grieger F, et al
    Significant association between systolic and diastolic blood pressure elevations and periodic limb movements in patients with idiopathic restless legs syndrome.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:109-20.
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  24. LI A, Lim HF, Khoo SM
    A 'double-whammy': obstructive sleep apnea and impaired arousal.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:106-8.
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  25. BEGA D, Malkani R
    Alternative treatment of restless legs syndrome: an overview of the evidence for mind-body interventions, lifestyle interventions, and neutraceuticals.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:99-105.
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  26. LO JC, Groeger JA, Cheng GH, Dijk DJ, et al
    Self-reported sleep duration and cognitive performance in older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:87-98.
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  27. TOCHIGI M, Usami S, Matamura M, Kitagawa Y, et al
    Annual longitudinal survey at up to five time points reveals reciprocal effects of bedtime delay and depression/anxiety in adolescents.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:81-6.
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  28. JIANG Y, Chen W, Spruyt K, Sun W, et al
    Bed-sharing and related factors in early adolescents.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:75-80.
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  29. NIU J, Han H, Wang Y, Wang L, et al
    Sleep quality and cognitive decline in a community of older adults in Daqing City, China.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:69-74.
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  30. CHEN KF, Liang SJ, Lin CL, Liao WC, et al
    Sleep disorders increase risk of subsequent erectile dysfunction in individuals without sleep apnea: a nationwide population-base cohort study.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:64-8.
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  31. BOCK DE, Roach-Fox E, Seabrook JA, Rieder MJ, et al
    Sleep-promoting medications in children: physician prescribing habits in Southwestern Ontario, Canada.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:52-6.
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  32. MULRANEY M, Giallo R, Lycett K, Mensah F, et al
    The bidirectional relationship between sleep problems and internalizing and externalizing problems in children with ADHD: a prospective cohort study.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:45-51.
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  33. LEU-SEMENESCU S, Louis P, Arnulf I
    Benefits and risk of sodium oxybate in idiopathic hypersomnia versus narcolepsy type 1: a chart review.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:38-44.
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  34. LJUNGGREN M, Byberg L, Theorell-Haglow J, Lindahl B, et al
    Increased risk of heart failure in women with symptoms of sleep-disordered breathing.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:32-7.
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  35. HETZENECKER A, Escourrou P, Kuna ST, Series F, et al
    Treatment of sleep apnea in chronic heart failure patients with auto-servo ventilation improves sleep fragmentation: a randomized controlled trial.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:25-31.
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  36. KONSTANTINOPOULOU S, Tapia IE, Kim JY, Xanthopoulos MS, et al
    Relationship between obstructive sleep apnea cardiac complications and sleepiness in children with Down syndrome.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:18-24.
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  37. BOROVICH A, Sivan Y, Greenfeld M, Tauman R, et al
    The history of primary snoring in children: the effect of adenotonsillectomy.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:13-7.
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  38. LING A, Lim ML, Gwee X, Ho RC, et al
    Insomnia and daytime neuropsychological test performance in older adults.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:7-12.
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  39. CAMPOS-RODRIGUEZ F, Martinez-Alonso M, Sanchez-de-la-Torre M, Barbe F, et al
    Long-term adherence to continuous positive airway pressure therapy in non-sleepy sleep apnea patients.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:1-6.
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  40. TRIBL GG, Trindade MC, Bittencourt T, Lorenzi-Filho G, et al
    Wilson's disease with and without rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder compared to healthy matched controls.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:179-85.
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  41. ANTELMI E, Vandi S, Pizza F, Liguori R, et al
    Parkinsonian tremor persisting during cataplexy.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:174-6.
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  42. WALLER KL, Mortensen EL, Avlund K, Osler M, et al
    Subjective sleep quality and daytime sleepiness in late midlife and their association with age-related changes in cognition.
    Sleep Med. 2016;17:165-73.
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    September 2015
  43. KAWADA T
    Sleep characteristics of children with Williams syndrome in relation to saliva melatonin and cortisol.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:1176.
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  44. SNIECINSKA-COOPER AM, Iles RK, Butler SA, Jones H, et al
    Response to the letter "Sleep characteristics of children with Williams syndrome in relation to saliva melatonin and cortisol".
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:1177.
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  45. BOUDEWYNS A, Verhulst S
    Potential role for drug-induced sleep endoscopy (DISE) in paediatric OSA.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:1178.
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  46. GALLUZZI F, Pignataro L, Gaini RM, Garavello W, et al
    Response to the letter "Potential role for drug induced sleep endoscopy (DISE) in pediatric OSA".
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:1179.
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    August 2015
  47. MOSTACCI B, Bisulli F, Vignatelli L, Licchetta L, et al
    Response to the letter "New avenues to prevent sudden unexpected death in nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy: follow the route established by omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids".
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:1022-3.
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  48. IATALLESE GS, Cremaschi RC, de Carvalho LB, Tufik S, et al
    Deficits of attention and cognition in narcoleptic patients--is it hypocretin dependent?
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:1024.
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  49. SCORZA FA, Cavalheiro EA, Tufik S, Scorza CA, et al
    New avenues to prevent sudden unexpected death in nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy: follow the route established by omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:1020-1.
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  50. ZAMARIAN L, Hogl B, Delazer M, Hingerl K, et al
    Authors response to "Deficits of attention and cognition in narcoleptic patients--is it hypocretin dependent?".
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:1025.
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    July 2015
  51. SURI JC
    Response to Dr Rahul Katyal's commentary.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:900.
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  52. KATYAL R
    Commentary on "Impact of sleep-disordered breathing on metabolic dysfunctions in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome".
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:899.
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  53. CHO YW, Song ML, Earley CJ, Allen RP, et al
    Response to "Characterization of the painful restless legs syndrome".
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:898.
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  54. KARROUM EG, Arnulf I
    Characterization of the painful restless legs syndrome.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:897.
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  55. ABGRALL G, Demeret S, Rohaut B, Leu-Semenescu S, et al
    Status dissociatus and disturbed dreaming in a patient with Morvan syndrome plus myasthenia gravis.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:894-6.
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  56. IVGY-MAY N, Ruwe F, Krystal A, Roth T, et al
    Esmirtazapine in non-elderly adult patients with primary insomnia: efficacy and safety from a randomized, 6-week sleep laboratory trial.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:838-44.
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  57. YANG KI, Kim DE, Koo BB
    Obstructive apnea with pseudo-Cheyne-Stokes breathing.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:891-3.
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  58. IVGY-MAY N, Roth T, Ruwe F, Walsh J, et al
    Esmirtazapine in non-elderly adult patients with primary insomnia: efficacy and safety from a 2-week randomized outpatient trial.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:831-7.
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  59. LUIK AI, Zuurbier LA, Hofman A, Van Someren EJ, et al
    Associations of the 24-h activity rhythm and sleep with cognition: a population-based study of middle-aged and elderly persons.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:850-5.
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  60. JEAN-PIERRE P, Grandner MA, Garland SN, Henry E, et al
    Self-reported memory problems in adult-onset cancer survivors: effects of cardiovascular disease and insomnia.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:845-9.
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  61. TEMPESTA D, De Gennaro L, Natale V, Ferrara M, et al
    Emotional memory processing is influenced by sleep quality.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:862-70.
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  62. IRIARTE J, Campo A, Alegre M, Fernandez S, et al
    Catathrenia: respiratory disorder or parasomnia?
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:827-30.
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  63. GORGONI M, Ferrara M, D'Atri A, Lauri G, et al
    EEG topography during sleep inertia upon awakening after a period of increased homeostatic sleep pressure.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:883-90.
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  64. TAKAHASHI M, Ikeda J, Tomida T, Hirata K, et al
    Daytime symptoms of restless legs syndrome--clinical characteristics and rotigotine effectiveness.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:871-6.
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  65. HE F, Bixler EO, Berg A, Imamura Kawasawa Y, et al
    Habitual sleep variability, not sleep duration, is associated with caloric intake in adolescents.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:856-61.
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  66. MA Y, Dong M, Mita C, Sun S, et al
    Publication analysis on insomnia: how much has been done in the past two decades?
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:820-6.
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  67. MERY V, Kimoff RJ, Suarez I, Benedetti A, et al
    High false-positive rate of questionnaire-based restless legs syndrome diagnosis in multiple sclerosis.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:877-82.
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    June 2015
  68. KAWADA T
    Characteristics of patients with hypersomnia by actigraphy.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:807.
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  69. FILARDI M, Pizza F, Martoni M, Vandi S, et al
    Response to the letter to the editor from Dr. Kawada, "Characteristics of patients with hypersomnia by actigraphy".
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:808.
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  70. ACCINELLI RA, Llanos O, Lopez LM, Matayoshi S, et al
    Caregiver perception of sleep-disordered breathing-associated symptoms in children of rural Andean communities above 4000 masl with chronic exposure to biomass fuel.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:723-8.
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  71. WIJEMANNE S, Jankovic J
    Restless legs syndrome: clinical presentation diagnosis and treatment.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:678-90.
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  72. DECIMA PF, Fyfe KL, Odoi A, Wong FY, et al
    The longitudinal effects of persistent periodic breathing on cerebral oxygenation in preterm infants.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:729-35.
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  73. LIU C, Dai Z, Zhang R, Zhang M, et al
    Mapping intrinsic functional brain changes and repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation neuromodulation in idiopathic restless legs syndrome: a resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging study.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:785-91.
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  74. COLLINGS PJ, Wijndaele K, Corder K, Westgate K, et al
    Prospective associations between sedentary time, sleep duration and adiposity in adolescents.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:717-22.
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  75. BIELICKI P, MacLeod AK, Douglas NJ, Riha RL, et al
    Cytokine gene polymorphisms in obstructive sleep apnoea/hypopnoea syndrome.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:792-5.
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  76. DJONLAGIC I, Guo M, Matteis P, Carusona A, et al
    First night of CPAP: impact on memory consolidation attention and subjective experience.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:697-702.
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  77. MELLO-FUJITA L, Kim LJ, Palombini Lde O, Rizzi C, et al
    Treatment of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome associated with stroke.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:691-6.
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  78. BEATTIE L, Espie CA, Kyle SD, Biello SM, et al
    How are normal sleeping controls selected? A systematic review of cross-sectional insomnia studies and a standardized method to select healthy controls for sleep research.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:669-77.
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  79. GARNER AA, Miller MM, Field J, Noe O, et al
    Impact of experimentally manipulated sleep on adolescent simulated driving.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:796-9.
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  80. BAIDEN P, Fallon B, den Dunnen W, Boateng GO, et al
    The enduring effects of early-childhood adversities and troubled sleep among Canadian adults: a population-based study.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:760-7.
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  81. CHO YW, Song ML, Earley CJ, Allen RP, et al
    Prevalence and clinical characteristics of patients with restless legs syndrome with painful symptoms.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:775-8.
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  82. VINAI P, Ferri R, Anelli M, Ferini-Strambi L, et al
    New data on psychological traits and sleep profiles of patients affected by nocturnal eating.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:746-53.
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  83. VILLA MP, Rizzoli A, Rabasco J, Vitelli O, et al
    Rapid maxillary expansion outcomes in treatment of obstructive sleep apnea in children.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:709-16.
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  84. JACKOWSKA M, Steptoe A
    Sleep and future cardiovascular risk: prospective analysis from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:768-74.
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  85. JUNG KY, Kim SM, Song JY, Lee BU, et al
    Sternberg working memory performance following treatment with pramipexole in patients with moderate-to-severe restless legs syndrome.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:703-8.
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  86. NEUTEL D, Tchikviladze M, Charles P, Leu-Semenescu S, et al
    Nocturnal agitation in Huntington disease is caused by arousal-related abnormal movements rather than by rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:754-9.
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  87. ST HILAIRE MA, Lockley SW
    Caffeine does not entrain the circadian clock but improves daytime alertness in blind patients with non-24-hour rhythms.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:800-4.
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  88. COELHO FM, Kim LJ, Cremaschi RC, Pereira DD, et al
    Continuous positive airway pressure treatment associated with face injury during rapid eye movement behavior disorder.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:805-6.
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    March 2015
  89. VEAUTHIER C
    Hypnotic use and multiple sclerosis related fatigue: a forgotten confounder.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:319.
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  90. KAJEEPETA S, Gelaye B, Jackson CL, Williams MA, et al
    Adverse childhood experiences are associated with adult sleep disorders: a systematic review.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:320-30.
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  91. GALLUZZI F, Pignataro L, Gaini RM, Garavello W, et al
    Drug induced sleep endoscopy in the decision-making process of children with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:331-5.
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  92. DE LUCA CANTO G, Pacheco-Pereira C, Aydinoz S, Major PW, et al
    Biomarkers associated with obstructive sleep apnea and morbidities: a scoping review.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:347-57.
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  93. PAUL MA, Love RJ, Hawton A, Brett K, et al
    Sleep deficits in the High Arctic summer in relation to light exposure and behaviour: use of melatonin as a countermeasure.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:406-13.
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  94. HANEWINCKEL R, Maksimovic A, Verlinden VJ, van der Geest JN, et al
    The impact of restless legs syndrome on physical functioning in a community-dwelling population of middle-aged and elderly people.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:399-405.
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  95. FORD ES, Cunningham TJ, Giles WH, Croft JB, et al
    Trends in insomnia and excessive daytime sleepiness among U.S. adults from 2002 to 2012.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:372-8.
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  96. SAWYER AM, Kang Y, Honavar V, Griffin P, et al
    Stimulating new and innovative perspectives on old and persistent problems: a commentary on "Attempters adherers and non-adherers: latent profile analysis of CPAP use with correlates" by Wohlgemuth et al.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:311-2.
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  97. VALRIE CR, Bond K, Lutes LD, Carraway M, et al
    Relationship of sleep quality, baseline weight status, and weight-loss responsiveness in obese adolescents in an immersion treatment program.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:432-4.
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  98. GRANDNER MA, Nowakowski S, Kloss JD, Perlis ML, et al
    Insomnia symptoms predict physical and mental impairments among postmenopausal women.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:317-8.
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  99. VALLI K, Frauscher B, Peltomaa T, Gschliesser V, et al
    Dreaming furiously? A sleep laboratory study on the dream content of people with Parkinson's disease and with or without rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:419-27.
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  100. BAZURTO ZAPATA MA, Martinez-Guzman W, Vargas-Ramirez L, Herrera K, et al
    Prevalence of central sleep apnea during continous positive airway pressure (CPAP) titration in subjects with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome at an altitude of 2640 m.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:343-6.
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  101. DEL BRUTTO OH, Mera RM, Zambrano M, Lama J, et al
    Poor sleep quality and silent markers of cerebral small vessel disease: a population-based study in community-dwelling older adults (The Atahualpa Project).
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:428-31.
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  102. INNOMINATO PF, Spiegel D, Ulusakarya A, Giacchetti S, et al
    Subjective sleep and overall survival in chemotherapy-naive patients with metastatic colorectal cancer.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:391-8.
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  103. WESTERGREN A, Broman JE, Hellstrom A, Fagerstrom C, et al
    Measurement properties of the minimal insomnia symptom scale as an insomnia screening tool for adults and the elderly.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:379-84.
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  104. ZHOU J, Zhang J, Li Y, Du L, et al
    Gender differences in REM sleep behavior disorder: a clinical and polysomnographic study in China.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:414-8.
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  105. BONKE J
    Trends in short and long sleep in Denmark from 1964 to 2009, and the associations with employment, SES (socioeconomic status) and BMI.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:385-90.
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  106. CHAN CC, Au CT, Lam HS, Lee DL, et al
    Intranasal corticosteroids for mild childhood obstructive sleep apnea--a randomized, placebo-controlled study.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:358-63.
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  107. ZASLAVSKY O, LaCroix AZ, Hale L, Tindle H, et al
    Longitudinal changes in insomnia status and incidence of physical, emotional, or mixed impairment in postmenopausal women participating in the Women's Health Initiative (WHI) study.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:364-71.
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  108. ORTIZ-TUDELA E
    Crosstalk between sleep disturbances and cancer survival.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:315-6.
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  109. KUZNIAR TJ
    Treatment-emergent central sleep apnea at high altitude.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:313-4.
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  110. WOHLGEMUTH WK, Chirinos DA, Domingo S, Wallace DM, et al
    Attempters, adherers, and non-adherers: latent profile analysis of CPAP use with correlates.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:336-42.
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    February 2015
  111. KRIPKE DF, Kline LE, Nievergelt CM, Murray SS, et al
    Genetic variants associated with sleep disorders.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:217-24.
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  112. UNTERBERGER I, Gabelia D, Prieschl M, Chea K, et al
    Sleep disorders and circadian rhythm in epilepsy revisited: a prospective controlled study.
    Sleep Med. 2015;16:237-42.
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