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city in spain

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  • obstructive sleep apnea is a common cause of snoring as well as excessive sleepiness, poor quality of life, metabolic dysfunction and even cognitive defects, but the condition often goes undiagnosed and undertreated. in the first study patients on cpap therapy had an average 29 percent decreased risk of new-onset hypertension versus controls with obstructive sleep apnea who were ineligible for cpap, refused cpap, or were nonadherent to cpap, reported josé m. marin, md, hospital universitario miguel servet in zaragoza, spain, and colleagues. everydayhealth.com

  • the city of zaragoza was founded by the roman emperor augustus. visigoths conquered the area in the late 5th cent. and muslims in the early 8th cent. carolingians pushed out the muslims (c.850), and aragón came under the rule of navarre. at the death (1035) of sancho iii of navarre, his western territories were organized as the kingdom of aragón for his illegitimate son, ramiro i. he and his successors, notably alfonso i, extended their dominions southward at the expense of the moorish emirate of zaragoza, and in the 12th cent. zaragoza replaced huesca as the capital. factmonster.com

  • the city of zaragoza was founded by the roman emperor augustus. visigoths conquered the area in the late 5th cent. and muslims in the early 8th cent. carolingians pushed out the muslims (c.850), and aragón came under the rule of navarre. at the death (1035) of sancho iii of navarre, his western territories were organized as the kingdom of aragón for his illegitimate son, ramiro i. he and his successors, notably alfonso i, extended their dominions southward at the expense of the moorish emirate of zaragoza, and in the 12th cent. zaragoza replaced huesca as the capital. infoplease.com