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SLEEP Volume 37 / Issue 11 - Saturday, November 1, 2014

Editorial

Sleep Duration and Memory in the Elderly Chinese

Sleep Duration and Memory in the Elderly Chinese: Longitudinal Analysis of the Guangzhou Biobank Cohort Study. 1737-1744.
Lin Xu, PhD1; Chao Qiang Jiang, MD2; Tai Hing Lam, MD1; Wei Sen Zhang, PhD2; Stacey Shawn Cherny, PhD4; G. Neil Thomas, PhD3; Kar Keung Cheng, PhD3

Cognitive Workload and Sleep Restriction Affect Sleep Homeostatic Responses

Cognitive Workload and Sleep Restriction Interact to Influence Sleep Homeostatic Responses. 1745-1756.
Namni Goel, PhD1; Takashi Abe, PhD1,2,3; Marcia E. Braun, PhD1; David F. Dinges, PhD1

Male Fertility Reduced by Chronic Intermittent Hypoxia in Mice

Male Fertility Is Reduced by Chronic Intermittent Hypoxia Mimicking Sleep Apnea in Mice. 1757-1765.
Marta Torres, MSc1,2; Ricardo Laguna-Barraza, MD3; Mireia Dalmases, MD1,2; Alexandra Calle, BSc3; Eva Pericuesta, PhD3; Josep M. Montserrat, MD, PhD1,2,4; Daniel Navajas, PhD1,5,6; Alfonso Gutierrez-Adan, PhD3; Ramon Farré, PhD1,4,5

Mental Health Antecedents of Early Midlife Insomnia

Mental Health Antecedents of Early Midlife Insomnia: Evidence from a Four-Decade Longitudinal Study. 1767-1775. Article Is Eligible For CME Credits
Sidra Goldman-Mellor, PhD1,2,3,4; Alice M. Gregory, PhD5; Avshalom Caspi, PhD2,3,4,6; HonaLee Harrington, BA2,3,4; Michael Parsons, PhD7; Richie Poulton, PhD8; Terrie E. Moffitt, PhD2,3,4,6

Insomnia Symptoms and Risk for Unintentional Fatal Injuries

Insomnia Symptoms and Risk for Unintentional Fatal Injuries—The HUNT Study. 1777-1786. Article Is Eligible For CME Credits
Lars Erik Laugsand, MD, PhD1,2; Linn B. Strand, PhD(s)1; Lars J. Vatten, MD, PhD1; Imre Janszky, MD, PhD1,3; Johan Håkon Bjørngaard, PhD1

Cognitive Impairment in Individuals with Insomnia: Clinical Significance and Correlates

Effect of Sleep Deprivation on Adolescent Neurobehavioral Performance

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Symptoms and Short Sleep Duration

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Symptoms and Dietary Behaviors are Significant Correlates of Short Sleep Duration in the General Population: The Nagahama Study. 1809-1815.
Kimihiko Murase, MD1; Yasuharu Tabara, PhD2; Yoshimitsu Takahashi, PhD3; Shigeo Muro, MD1; Ryo Yamada, MD2; Kazuya Setoh, MSc2; Takahisa Kawaguchi, MSc2; Hiroshi Kadotani, MD4; Shinji Kosugi, MD5; Akihiro Sekine, PhD6; Takeo Nakayama, MD3; Michiaki Mishima, MD1; Tsutomu Chiba, MD7; Kazuo Chin, MD8; Fumihiko Matsuda, PhD2

Chronic Sleep Fragmentation Induces Endothelial Dysfunction

Chronic Sleep Fragmentation Induces Endothelial Dysfunction and Structural Vascular Changes in Mice. 1817-1824.
Alba Carreras, PhD; Shelley X. Zhang, MD, MS; Eduard Peris, MSc; Zhuanhong Qiao, PhD; Alex Gileles-Hillel, MD; Richard C. Li, MD, PhD; Yang Wang, MD, PhD; David Gozal, MD

Altered in vitro Endothelial Repair and Monocyte Migration in OSA

Altered in vitro Endothelial Repair and Monocyte Migration in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Implication of VEGF and CRP. 1825-1832.
Anne Briançon-Marjollet, PhD1,2; Marion Henri, PhD1,2; Jean-Louis Pépin, MD, PhD1,2,3; Emeline Lemarié1,2; Patrick Lévy, MD, PhD1,2,3; Renaud Tamisier, MD, PhD1,2,3

Short-Term Potentiation in the Control of Pharyngeal Muscles in OSA

Short-Term Potentiation in the Control of Pharyngeal Muscles in Obstructive Apnea Patients. 1833-1849.
Magdy Younes, MD1,2; Andrea Loewen, MD2; Michele Ostrowski, RPSGT2; Patrick Hanly, MD2

Acute Exacerbation of Sleep Apnea by Hyperoxia Impairs Cognitive Flexibility

Acute Exacerbation of Sleep Apnea by Hyperoxia Impairs Cognitive Flexibility in Brown-Norway Rats. 1851-1861.
Irina Topchiy, PhD1,6; Dionisio A. Amodeo, MA3; Michael E. Ragozzino, PhD3; Jonathan Waxman, MD, PhD1; Miodrag Radulovacki, MD, PhD1,5; David W. Carley, PhD1,2,4,6

CPAP Treatment Supported by Telemedicine Does Not Improve Blood Pressure

CPAP Treatment Supported by Telemedicine Does Not Improve Blood Pressure in High Cardiovascular Risk OSA Patients: A Randomized, Controlled Trial. 1863-1870.
Monique Mendelson, PhD1,2,3; Isabelle Vivodtzev, PhD1,2,3; Renaud Tamisier, MD, PhD1,2,3; David Laplaud, PhD4; Sonia Dias-Domingos, MSc1,2,3; Jean-Philippe Baguet, MD, PhD5; Laurent Moreau, MD6; Christian Koltes, MD7; Léonidas Chavez, MD8; Gilles De Lamberterie, MD8; Frédéric Herengt, MD9; Patrick Levy, MD, PhD1,2,3; Patrice Flore, PhD1,2,3; Jean-Louis Pépin, MD, PhD1,2,3

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