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2, 2015/PRNewswire/ –Allergan plc, a leading global specialty pharmaceutical organization, announced a multi-year study collaboration withHumana Inc today., among the nation's leading health and well-being companies, to explore new tips and methods to improve the ongoing health insurance and well-being of patients, people and their caregivers. A main objective of theAllerganandHumanacollaboration is to review key issues and acquire a more comprehensive understanding of possibilities for improvement in treatment delivery. In today's changing healthcare environment, it is necessary for various stakeholders in the healthcare system to come together to gain in-depth knowledge of unmet needs and find solutions to improve individual outcomes, saidGavin Corcoran, MD, FACP, Chief Medical Officer,Allergan.‘Sleep apnea might not be directly causing academic problems,’ said study lead writer Barbara Galland, a extensive research associate professor in the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. ‘Instead, sleep apnea might interfere with obtaining a good night’s sleep, which might, in turn, donate to children having a hard time attending to and being less prepared to learn and perform academically during the day,’ she said. Sleep apnea is a kind of sleep-disordered breathing, or irregular breathing while asleep. A person with rest apnea regularly stops breathing for short periods of time, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health. This new study viewed the results greater than twelve individual studies. Although it couldn’t prove trigger and effect, most of the research accounted for additional major factors that could influence college achievement, Galland said.