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Risk of Falling

Falls are responsible for numerous injuries and deaths among Americans 65 and older. Older people commonly experience brain injuries, hip and other bone fractures after a fall. Beyond the human cost, these serious conditions generate billions of dollars in healthcare expenses due to extended hospital stays, surgical interventions, and related treatments.  Download additional info about your risk of falling here.  

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Depression related to Hearing Loss?

The link between hearing loss and depression has been reinforced by recent studies. Several studies have been conducted on the link between depression and hearing loss. Recent findings indicate that of the groups studied, women of all ages and adults age 18 to 69 with hearing loss are more likely to experience "significant depression" than hearing loss sufferers over 70.  Download More Info here.  

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Hearing Loss and Diabetes

Physicians have another reason to recommend patients report their hearing loss. Researchers have discovered a higher rate of hearing loss in people with diabetes.

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Reconnected to life

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Happy to Hear

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Brain Fitness

Despite significant advancements in hearing aid technology, listeners with hearing loss continue to express frustration when trying to understand conversation in noisy environments.

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10 reasons to Check your Hearing

Unaddressed hearing loss negatively affects quality of life. Research shows that hearing loss is frequently associated with other physical, mental, and emotional health conditions.

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Age-Related Hearing Loss Can Influence Personality

The aging process, like all life processes, is characterized by change. And while most do not become grumpy old men and women, research does show those older individuals are generally less outgoing. New research from the University of Gothenburg shows that this change in personality is intensified among people with impaired hearing. The findings emphasize the importance of acknowledging and treating hearing loss in the elderly population. In the new study, researchers studied 400 individuals 80...

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5 benefits of the CROS-B-R

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Consequences of Hearing Loss

Many people are aware that their hearing has deteriorated but are reluctant to seek help. Perhaps they don’t want to acknowledge the problem, are embarrassed by what they see as a weakness, or believe that they can “get by” without using a hearing aid. And, unfortunately, too many wait years, even decades, before getting treatment.

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