1. Active lifestyle can reduce risk of obstructive sleep apnea: Study  Hindustan Times
  2. Health: People who spend more than four hours a day watching TV are 78% more likely to snore  Daily Mail
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A new study suggests that maintaining an active lifestyle can reduce the risk of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), encouraging physicians to recommend exercise-based interventions for those at risk. | HealthA new study suggests that maintaining an active lifestyle can reduce the risk of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), encouraging physicians to recommend exercise-based interventions for those at risk.

Active lifestyle can reduce risk of obstructive sleep apnea: Study | Health - Hindustan Times

The health and physical activity levels of some 138,000 people were monitored for 10-18 years by researchers from the Harvard Medical School.The health and physical activity levels of some 138,000 people were monitored for 10-18 years by researchers from the Harvard Medical School.

Health: People who spend more than four hours a day watching TV are 78% more likely to snore | Daily Mail Online