The company says the name change, a nod to the rare disease community, signifies its commitment to developing treatments for people with rare conditions, including idiopathic hypersomnia.
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Sleep Therapy Firm Finds Financial Transparency and Solid Training Lead to Better Compliance, Lower Costs
Lack of sleep is expensive. According to Eric Cohen, co-founder and president of National Sleep Therapy (NST), the annual cost to employers in lost productivity, accidents, and medical expenses is estimated at $60 billion. The...Read More
Patients in San Francisco and Oakland appear to be happiest with their doctors, while the least satisfied American healthcare consumers live in other California cities as well as in New York State locales. This is according to...Read More
In a first for the airline industry, Virgin Atlantic has collaborated with onesie designers, OnePiece, to trial a limited-edition OnePiece onesie for Upper Class passengers. Modeled by English model Amber Le Bon, the onesie is...Read More
Exceeding the expectations of the organizers, the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) Sleep and Obesity Conference gathered more than 250 attendees in Washington, DC, in March for a 2-day series of lectures.Read More