ARTICLES & RESEARCH

The CAFF Content Resource Library is full of information that will help, both parents and pediatric professionals, to better understand children's airway disorders and what causes them. While our goal is prevention, you'll also discover information on to mitigate and treat a child currently showing signs of:

  • sleep-disordered breathing

  • mouth breathing

  • high-arched palate

  • malocclusion

  • physical impacts of airway disorders

Our library includes checklists and questions to ask your doctor, medical research, sleep support guides, links to a variety of articles from some of the top medical professionals from around the globe.

DOWNLOADABLES

Creating the right sleeping habits for your infants and kids can be daunting. We've pulled together downloadable resources that will guide you towards developing sleeping habits for your kids that will improve their health and set them on the right path for life.

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US National Library of Medicine 

Breaking the Thumb-sucking Habit: When Compliance is Essential

01.20.16

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Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome - A Genetic Model of OSA | CHEST

10.24.2014

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US National Library of Medicine 

Regional Brain Tissue Integrity in Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea

06.05.18

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26th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine

Department of Oral Health Sciences

06.04.2017

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RESEARCH & WHITE PAPERS

We're sure you have lots of questions about children's airway diseases . We've put together information that will help you better understand what they are, what treatments are available, and how to lower your child's risk.

The Silent Spidemic: How Airway Disorders are Quietly Destroying the Health of Children & Overwhelming Our Global Health Systems | CAFF

10.31.2021

Oral Facial and Sleep Apnea

Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea and the Critical Role of Oral-Facial Growth

Frontiers in Neurology

01.01.2013

obstructive sleep apnea and brain damage

Long-Term Management of OSA and Its Comorbidities

Multidisciplinary Respiratory Medicine Journal

05.08.2019

ADHD and Malocclusions

The Prevalence of Malocclusion is Higher in Schoolchildren with Signs of ADHD

American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthodontics

05.06.2021

AIRWAY MANAGEMENT ARTICLES

To help you get a better understanding, we've pulled together articles featuring some of the best professional experts.

 

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Dentistry Today Article

Jaws: The Story of a Hidden Epidemic

03.27.18

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Today's RDH Article

The Dental Diet: 10 Foods That Strengthen Your Teeth

01.09.18

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DMG Article

Why Your Childs Mouth Breathing Should Worry You

09.25.19

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Sleep, Orthodontics, and Myofunctional Therapy (Sharon Moore)

Orthodontic Practice US

November 2021

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Association Between Frontal-Lobe and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Natura Communications

April 2021

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Childhood Sleep Apnea Linked to Brain Damage and Lowering IQ Rates

Johns Hopkins Medicine

08.21.2006

Education is one of our main goals at CAFF. If you did not find what you need here, please check out our other resource sections below. We have an extensive reading list, blogs, and videos that will help you to better understand children's airway diseases and what can be done to minimize your child's risks.

You can also locate professionals (doctors, dentists, dieticians, and homeopathic providers) or connect with other parent support groups in our Community section. 

READING

Our recommended reading list is good for both medical professionals and parents

BLOGS

Blogs and newsletters with the latest in childhood airway disorders and prevention.

VIDEOS

A collection of interviews of some of the best medical pediatric airway specialists 

FIRST STEP

Where parents can begin their journey by finding health providers, education & support