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This profile was last updated on 7/14/07  and contains information from public web pages.

Dr. Richard Stack

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Background

Employment History

  • Medical Director
    Mercy Sleep Clinic
  • Medical Director
    Mercy San Juan Hospital
  • Medical Director
    Mercy Sleep Center
  • Epidemiologist
    Mercy San Juan Medical Center
  • The Patient
16 Total References
Web References
Sleep Deprivation in Children; A Family ...
www.tdrdrugrehab.com, 14 July 2007 [cached]
Sleep Deprivation in Children; A Family Affair Click on mic for audio interview with Dr. Richard Stack, Medical Director, Mercy Sleep Clinic, Mercy San Juan Hospital This week: According to The ...
The Patient's Voice; Over The Counter Drug Abuse
www.thepatientsvoice.com, 4 April 2007 [cached]
Sleep Deprivation in Children; A family affair -- Dr. Richard Stack | The National Sleep Foundation's survey suggests parents may be asleep at the wheel when it comes to their children getting enough "Z's" The Patient's Voice; Over The Counter Drug Abuse
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Click on mic for audio interview with Dr. Richard Stack, Medical Director, Mercy Sleep Clinic, Mercy San Juan Hospital
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Experts like Dr Stack agree that sleep deprivation can mimic common disorders such as ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), which can result in misdiagnosis and treatment that in most cases, will not correct the problem.
Dr. Richard Stack of the ...
www.mercysanjuan.org [cached]
Dr. Richard Stack of the Mercy Sleep Center provides local expertise as national sleep poll unveiled.
sacbee.com -- News -- Wake-up call
www.sacbee.com, 31 Mar 2004 [cached]
Mercy Sleep Center medical director Dr. Richard Stack told sixth-graders at Coyle Avenue Elementary School in Carmichael on Tuesday that a good night's sleep increases their chances of success in and out of school.
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> "Kids need sleep for memory, concentration and focus," said Dr. Richard Stack, medical director for the Mercy Sleep Center.
He visited two sixth-grade classes at Coyle Avenue Elementary School in Carmichael on Tuesday and discussed the importance of sleep for effective learning.He said a good night's sleep leads to better success at school and better self-esteem.
Stack helps treat about 1,500 patients with sleep disorders each year.The Mercy Sleep Center is located on Mercy San Juan Medical Center's campus, also in Carmichael.
He recommended that Anthony go to bed earlier and take the television out of his room.The poll recommends school-aged children get 10 to 11 hours of sleep each night.
Stack said the best way to sleep is in a quiet, comfortable bedroom that's not too hot or too cold and has no TV, Internet or video games.
He said that instead of turning on the television, children should read an uninteresting book to help them fall asleep.
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Stack said parents with school-age children get less sleep than other adults, because they help students get ready for school and they are involved in their child's recreational activities.
"Everybody is sleep-deprived in this country because of daily obligations," Stack said.He called that sleep deprivation "sleep debt," and most people pay it back by sleeping on weekends.
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Stack said when making sleep adjustments it's best to start small at first with about a half-hour more sleep.
To determine how much sleep each individual needs, Stack challenged the students to go to bed at the same time on weekends as they do during the week and see what time they wake up.
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Jasmine Messinger joins in the discussion as Mercy Sleep Center medical director Dr. Richard Stack tells her Coyle Avenue Elementary School sixth-grade class why they should get a good night's sleep - and why so many young people aren't doing so.
The Sacramento Bee -- sacbee.com -- Broader child flu assault is urged
www.sacbee.com [cached]
"The magic age (group) in terms of spreading it (the flu) are kids," said Dr. Richard Stack, an epidemiologist with Mercy San Juan Medical Center."The magic age in terms of death in this is people over 65."
A CDC decision to encourage a procedure is a lesser step than a recommendation.
An official recommendation encouraging healthy children to be vaccinated may come next year.
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