1/23/2013 – Study Links Cognitive Deficits, Hearing Loss

Jan 23, 2013 Comments Off by

There’s another reason to be concerned about hearing loss — one of the most common health conditions in older adults and one of the most widely undertreated. A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine suggests that elderly people with compromised hearing are at risk of developing cognitive deficits — problems with memory and thinking — sooner than those whose hearing is intact.

Read the full article at The New York Times.

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