A bed at the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Sleep Disorders Center. At the center, children are kept overnight and monitored to see if their snoring problem is sleep apnea.
A bed at the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Sleep Disorders Center. At the center, children are kept overnight and monitored to see if their snoring problem is sleep apnea.
A bed at the Nicklaus Children's Hospital Sleep Disorders Center. At the center, children are kept overnight and monitored to see if their snoring problem is sleep apnea.

Is your child snoring? It may be a sign of a serious sleep issue

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