Snoring in kids could mean other problems, doctors say
She was kept awake by his snoring. Dawn Weiser, 44, of Springdale, pleaded not guilty on Wednesday, despite confessing to police investigators that she stabbed her husband in her his sleep. Doug Weiser, 43, was left with a punctured spleen, lacerated liver and three other stab wounds, reports the Inquisitr. On the night of the Aug. 29th attack, Dawn Weiser was sleeping in a spare room with one of her two children following an argument with Doug about his snoring.
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TKJ August 16, 2012 at 14:50 | Report abuse | Cure Autism These parents need to get over it. Try having an autistic child, knowing that everything great you had planned for your child and family are destroyed. Help an autistic family! It cost a family about $72,000 per year to pay for treatments that actually make a difference! August 14, 2012 at 01:05 | Report abuse | Reply me @cure autism. I am confused as to what ‘ These parents need to get over it’ has anything to do with the study on snoring and mood disorders in preschoolers. My stepdaughters are are autistic but recently deemed ‘recovered’ and I can tell you now that putting down other parents in times of their own different situation is not a way to get The word out on autisim.
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