O. H. Okoye, MD, MBA, MSEpi

About O. H. Okoye, MD, MBA, MSEpi

Dr. Obianuju Helen Okoye is a US Health Care Consultant with a Medical Degree (MD), an MBA in Healthcare Management, and a Masters in Epidemiology/Public Health. Her background includes being a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical and Research Fellow, and State of Michigan HIV/AIDS Epidemiologist. She has a plethora of clinical research experience and has presented at US and International Medical Conferences. Dr. Okoye has authored some publications, such as the impact of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act on medical tourism in the USA, the Market Analysis on US Health Reform (Impact on Supply and Demand for Health Care Services), and on lessons learned from the Ebola epidemic. Dr. Okoye’s interests include disease prevention, empowering under-served communities globally, bridging access (to) and streamlining the delivery of healthcare services.

Easy With That Salt Shaker: The Effect of Dietary Salt On Sleep

INTRODUCTION Got sleep? Fact is many of us have a problem sleeping. You probably fall into one category, either being unable to sleep, or not getting enough sleep. In actuality, “counting sheep” and staring at the clock may be the favorite pastimes of many adults. Poor sleep quality, and associated sleep disorders like insomnia remain at the foremost of global health issues. For many, a common solution to tiredness entails having a daily fix of caffeine. Yet, the negative effects of caffeine on the heart, as well as the importance of sleep in regulating chemical imbalances within the brain, cannot

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