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Sleep apnea and snoring put your heart health at risk. Research shows sleep apnea contributes to a buildup of non-calcified plaque in the arteries



Sleep apnea and snoring put your heart health at risk. Research shows sleep apnea contributes to a buildup of non-calcified plaque in the arteries



Heart Advisor 14(2): 4-4




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