Cognitive Decline Affects More Than Those with Age-Related Hearing Loss

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Scientists have known for years that there is a link between hearing loss and cognitive decline. Multiple studies have confirmed this, most recently a long-term French study published in 2018 that found an increased prevalence of dementia in individuals with untreated hearing loss. It has long been assumed that dementia was most likely with patients
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Preparing Your Home for Holiday Guests with Hearing Loss

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Thanksgiving is just a week away, so if you don’t have your turkey yet, you’d better make a beeline to the grocery store! Holiday prep involves more than just food when you’re dealing with a guest who has hearing loss. Here are some tips for making sure they feel included in the holiday festivities. Gobble
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If You’re Hearing and You Know It, Clap Your Hands

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Hearing loss is the third most common chronic condition in the U.S. It affects 48 million Americans to some degree. Surprisingly, many people are unaware they suffer from a hearing impairment, putting them at risk of developing serious physical, social and psychological health complications. Learning to spot the signs of hearing loss is key in
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