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Hearing Loss Patients at Higher Risk of Hospital Re-admission

In Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, News, Overall Health, Research by Jennifer G. Mayer, Au.D., CCC-A

You could be spending a lot more time in the hospital than you want if you have untreated hearing loss. Recent studies show that untreated hearing loss may contribute to re-occurring hospital visits. Treating hearing loss brings significant benefits to your overall health and well-being, and the revelations on hospital re-admission give us just one more reason to pay attention …

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Taking Care of Your Hearing and Vision Slows Cognitive Decline by 50 – 75%

In Cognitive Health, Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Treatment, Lifestyle, News, Research by Jennifer G. Mayer, Au.D., CCC-A

Taking care of your hearing and your vision is central to maintaining your health, and recent studies show it also slows cognitive decline. Aging is a natural process, and with it comes cognitive decline, which happens in varying degrees. Hearing loss due to aging is a common condition. Almost one of two Americans over the age of 65 has some …

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November is National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

In Brain Health, Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease, Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Hearing Loss Related Diseases, Mental Health, News, Research by Jennifer G. Mayer, Au.D., CCC-A

Now that we’re in November, the holidays are just around the corner. At South Shore Hearing Center, we believe that treating hearing loss keeps you connected to your friends and loved ones. As you prepare to get together with family and friends, catching up and making memories requires great communication! You don’t want to miss a minute with untreated hearing …

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World Alzheimer’s Month: Treatments for Alzheimer’s

In Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease, Hearing Health, Hearing Loss, Mental Health, Research by Jennifer G. Mayer, Au.D., CCC-A

This month draws our attention to Alzheimer’s disease, a cognitive disorder affecting many people, yet many of the underlying causes remain unknown. Although there is much left to learn about the disorder, a surprising connection has been discovered between hearing loss and dementia. In honor of this month of awareness, it is important to look toward the growing number of …