Hearing Loss And Cognitive Decline

Hearing Loss And Cognitive Decline

Is there a connection between hearing loss and cognitive decline? Several studies have indicated that there is a connection between hearing loss, brain function decline, and loss of brain tissue. Brain “shrinkage” occurs as a natural part of aging, but older adults...

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Hearing Loss and Falling

Hearing Loss and Falling

Preventing Hearing Loss Related Falls Data abounds that links hearing loss and falling - it's no longer a secret. Fortunately, most falls can be prevented. Taking steps to prevent these falls is the number one thing that you can do to keep yourself or your loved one...

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Hearing Safety

Hearing Safety

June is National Safety Month.  One often-overlooked component of personal safety is the care we can give to our hearing.  The work life and lifestyle choices of your patients will have an impact on hearing health.  The good news is that you are likely already aware...

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March for Kidneys!

March for Kidneys!

From a medical perspective, March is National Kidney Month and March 14 is World Kidney Day. The National Kidney Foundation has numerous activities planned. But you might be wondering: “What has this got to do with hearing and auditory health?

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Assessing Total Patient Health

Assessing Total Patient Health

Hearing can have a significant effect upon your patient’s overall health and well-being. Here are some talking points to help them make the connection between hearing loss and total health.

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April Showers Bring Spring Flowers

April Showers Bring Spring Flowers

April Showers Bring Spring Flowers! Just the way a little rain can nourish dormant plants and new seeds to result in a bountiful, beautiful bouquet, the cycle of education, evaluation, training, application, and adjustments foster reliable and dependable performance....

Hearing and Vision – What is the Connection?

Hearing and Vision – What is the Connection?

Hearing and Vision- What is the Connection? Turning down the radio removes enough incoming data to make it easier to concentrate. Or in other words it reduces cognitive load. We do more than see with our eyes, hear with our ears and taste with our tongue… our brain...