|Sleep Apnea from an Anatomical and Developmental Perspective|
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The Significance of the Delivery System During Infant Feeding and Nurturing*
Are You Sleeping With a Killer - You May Be!
Breastfeeding: Reducing the Risk for Obstructive Sleep Apnea©
The Influence of Breastfeeding on the Development of the Oral Cavity: A Commentary*
Breastfeeding and Infant Caries: No Connection
The Significance of Lateral Forces to the Development of Dental Abfractions©*
Dental Abfractions - A Literature Review and Hypothesis©*
The Uniqueness of the Human Airway (Part
I) Sleep Review,
Volume 4, Number 2, (March/April) 2003, p40-43.
Prevention - The key to treating OSA/SDB - (Part II) Sleep Review,
Volume 4, Number 3 (May/June) 2003, p54-58.
'Letters to the Editor' regarding articles published in Sleep Review.
Prevention! (Guest Editorial) Sleep Review; Volume 5, Number 4,
(July/August) 2004, pages 12 & 58.
Snoring and sleep apnea: how it can be prevented in childhood.
Reference: Palmer B. Snoring and sleep apnea: how it can be prevented in childhood.
‘das schlafmagazin’ (www.dasschlafmagazin.de); issue no. 3 (Aug), 2005, p. 22-23.