The Intricate Link Between Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline
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11M ago
The Intricate Link Between Hearing Loss and Cognitive Decline While hearing loss has long been associated with communication difficulties and reduced quality of life, emerging research suggests that its implications go far beyond auditory issues. Scientists are now uncovering a complex relationship between hearing loss and cognitive decline, including the onset of dementia and Alzheimer's disease.  ..read more
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Hearing Loss, Social Isolation and Loneliness During a Pandemic
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1y ago
Hearing Loss, Social Isolation and Loneliness During a Pandemic Social distancing, self-isolation and the resulting sense of loneliness are issues recently associated with COVID-19.   But for people with hearing loss, social isolation and loneliness are long standing concerns that can potentially be exasperated during this global pandemic we are all living through right now ..read more
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It’s a Noisy World 
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1y ago
Even though hearing loss is one of the most common health conditions that affects aging adults, there are many myths and misunderstandings about it. Every May, CHS puts an extra focus on hearing loss awareness for Speech and Hearing Awareness Month. So, let’s take on the role of “mythbuster” and talk about the real facts of hearing loss. Noise pollution is a pervasive problem in today’s society. We are constantly inundated with unwanted human-created sound that affects us on multiple levels. The word “noise” comes from the Latin word nausea, meaning seasickness and is often defined as unwanted ..read more
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Hearing Aid Care - The Must Have Summertime and Travel Checklist! 
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1y ago
Hearing Aid Care - The Must Have Summertime and Travel Checklist!  As we gear up for summer and embark upon all the fun, our must have summertime and travel checklist is here to help take care of your hearing aids so they last as long as possible, and you do not miss out on any activities ..read more
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