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FOX News
Feds inching toward implementing possible sleep apnea screening for truckersasleep while operating the train. A study conducted by the University of Penns
Feds inching toward implementing possible sleep apnea screening for truckers
FOX News / Posted 10 days ago
asleep while operating the train. A study conducted by the University of Pennsylvania and sponsored by the FMCSA and the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) of the American Trucking Associations found that about one-third of... Read more
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FOX News
Fed inching toward implementing possible sleep apnea screening for truckersasleep while operating the train. A study conducted by the University of Penns
Fed inching toward implementing possible sleep apnea screening for truckers
FOX News / Posted 10 days ago
asleep while operating the train. A study conducted by the University of Pennsylvania and sponsored by the FMCSA and the American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) of the American Trucking Associations found that about one-third of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Sleep apnea a tough problem for government, transportation industrypay a couple of hundred dollars, while others can pay thousands and lose days o
Sleep apnea a tough problem for government, transportation industry
Baltimore Sun / Posted 26 days ago
pay a couple of hundred dollars, while others can pay thousands and lose days of work. A study released Thursday by the American Transportation Research Institute found that 53 percent of drivers referred for sleep studies paid some or all of... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Sleep apnea a tough problem for government, transportation industrypay a couple of hundred dollars, while others can pay thousands and lose days o
Sleep apnea a tough problem for government, transportation industry
Chicago Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
pay a couple of hundred dollars, while others can pay thousands and lose days of work. A study released Thursday by the American Transportation Research Institute found that 53 percent of drivers referred for sleep studies paid some or all of... Read more

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