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Sutter clinic to help kids with sleeping disorders
Sacramento Bee

A pediatrician told ValJean Anderson her toddler son’s linguistic delays might stem from hidden seizures, something she feared but that seemed like a logical explanation.

Instead, a pediatric neurologist diagnosed her son with severe sleep apnea. “I didn’t have any clue a 2-year-old could suffer from sleep apnea,” Anderson, 29, said. “I thought it was something that happened with old age, when everything starts to sag.”