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Infographic on Hearing Loss and Dementia (MD Hearing Aid / Digital Third Coast / JAMA / Neuropsychology / Archives of Neurology)

Summary Hearing loss is thought to be a contributing factor to dementia. Hearing loss has some symptoms in common with dementia and can be misdiagnosed. The following resource from the United States presents a simplified (“infographic”) examination of the possible … Continue reading

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Hearing Loss and Risk of Developing Dementia

[A version of this abstract appears in: Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT) Volume 1 Issue 8 March 2011]. Abstract 639 adults, aged 39-90 years old, were followed over an average of 12 years to see if those with hearing … Continue reading

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