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Snoring is more strongly associated with chronic bronchitis in non-smokers
  1. Ghassan Elsayed
  1. Dr G Elsayed, Department of Respiratory Medicine, Homerton University Hospital, London, UK; ghassanovii{at}

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It has been suggested that patients with chronic bronchitis are more likely to snore during sleep. The authors studied 5015 people in Korea aged 40–69 years who all participated in a comprehensive health examination and on-site interview. Participants who reported symptoms suggesting chronic bronchitis or a previous diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease who did not …

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