Carole L. Marcus, M.B., B.Ch. Moore, Ph.D., Carol L. Rosen, M.D., Bruno Giordani, Ph.D., Susan L. Garetz, M.D., H. Gerry Taylor, Ph.D., Ron B. Mitchell, M.D., Raouf Amin, M.D., Eliot S. Katz, M.D., Raanan Arens, M.D., Shalini Paruthi, M.D., Hiren Muzumdar, M.D., David Gozal, M.D., Nina Hattiangadi Thomas, Ph.D., Janice Ware, Ph.D., Dean Beebe, Ph.D., Karen Snyder, M.S., Lisa Elden, M.D., Robert C. Sprecher, M.D., Paul Willging, M.D., Dwight Jones, M.D., John P. Bent, M.D., Timothy Hoban, M.D., Ronald D. Chervin, M.D., Susan S. Ellenberg, Ph.D., and Susan Redline, M.D., M.P.H. For the Childhood Adenotonsillectomy Trial : A Randomized Trial of Adenotonsillectomy for Childhood Rest Apnea The childhood obstructive sleep apnea syndrome is connected with numerous adverse health outcomes, including cognitive and behavioral deficits.1 The most commonly identified risk factor for the childhood obstructive rest apnea syndrome is adenotonsillar hypertrophy.12 quake. But the absence of structure cranes and stalled improvement on major projects such as hospitals and colleges has many people wanting to know: Where did all that money go? The short answer: Keeping people alive,’ the Miami Herald writes. ‘It went to employing Haitians in short-term low-paying careers, providing tarps and tents, and supplying food for four a few months. It payed for amputations, vaccinations of a million people and rubble removal. The article includes rates from: Karl Jean-Louis, who runs HaitiAidWatchdog.org; Nigel Fisher, the U.N. UNICEF Report Highlights Situation For Children In Haiti BECAUSE THE Earthquake Almost one year after the earthquake in Haiti, 380,000 children are still surviving in tent camps and continue steadily to suffer from the effects of the disaster, regarding to a report from UNICEF, on Thursday released, My Sinchew reports.