Expert Interview: Dr. Karen Bonuck on Pediatric Sleep-Breathing Problems and Developmental Issues

 


BonuckIn this teleseminar, I interview Dr. Karen Bonuck about her landmark research linking snoring in infants and higher risk for developmental delays later in life. If you have children, or thinking about having children, you must listen to this interview.

 

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3 thoughts on “Expert Interview: Dr. Karen Bonuck on Pediatric Sleep-Breathing Problems and Developmental Issues

  1. I am consistently disappointed at the lack of examination of the role daytime over breathing plays in hypocapnia and mouth breathing which creates significant inflammatory response in the body often leading to repetitive infections of the bronchi etc with antibiotic treatments which while possibly addressing the illness also disable the good micro flora of the gut leading to further infections and even greater mouth breathing and over breathing generally. Why only look at the mechanisms of the throat and breathing at night. That’s e really at most 1/3 or 2/5 of the child’s day.