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Grant support: This research was supported by American Heart Association Scientist Development Grant (15SDG23250005) to P.S.D. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.
Statement of financial disclosure: This was not an industry-supported study. S.R. Pandi-Perumal is a stockholder and the President and Chief Executive Officer of Somnogen Canada Inc., a Canadian Corporation. He declares that he has no competing interests that might be perceived to influence the content of this article. All remaining authors report no conflicts of interest in this work.
Human participant protection: No protocol or institutional review board approval was needed for this study as the data were collected anonymously from a public health surveillance system in which adults voluntarily consented to telephone interviews.
Authors' contributions: Concept and design of the experiments: O.A.A. and L.I.A. Data collection: O.A.A. and L.I.A. Literature search: O.A.A., L.I.A., P.S.D., and S.R.P. Analysis of the data: O.A.A., L.I.A., and N.I.O. Interpretation of the data: O.A.A., N.I.O., and S.R.P. Writing of the manuscript: O.A.A., N.I.O., L.I.A., P.S.D., and S.R.P. All authors approved the final version of the manuscript prior to the submission.