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Michigan Study Finds Pregnant Women Who Snore are at Higher Risk for Complications

A new study from the University of Michigan found that pregnant women who snore are at higher risk for C-sections and for delivering smaller babies. The study is the largest of its kind to link maternal snoring to baby health by following moms from pregnancy to delivery. Dr. John D. Kalbfleisch, professor of biostatistics, and Ms. Jocelynn T. Owusu, a Michigan School of Public Health alumna, contributed to this report, which is published in the journal Sleep.