Posts Tagged ‘hearing loss’

Hearing Loss Can Be Avoided, Here’s What You Need To Know

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Hearing loss can occur naturally as part of the aging process. We all have senior citizen relatives and acquaintances that have some amount of hearing loss. Hearing loss in general is extremely common as we age: Roughly 1 in 3 adults between the ages of 65 and 74 has such loss, and nearly half of…

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Cognitive Decline In Senior Citizens Linked To Hearing Loss, Dementia

Cognitive decline in senior citizens is linked to hearing loss and dementia, a new study reports. Early intervention may reverse some of the decline and improve the quality of life. Researchers at Harvard University and Brigham and Women’s Hospital were the lead investigators on this study.    These scientists analyzed eight years of data of…

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Eating Healthy Slows Hearing Loss in Senior Women

Eating healthy nutritious meals consistently, over many years, can slow down hearing loss in senior women, a study finds. Many people lose some of their hearing as they get older. Experts say that, of those over the age of 75, about 50% have hearing loss. Not being able to hear well can make it hard…

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