Alzheimers And Hearing Loss Washington PA

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http://hearing-aids-washington-pa.com/ According to a study published in the Archives of Neurology, older adults with hearing loss appear more likely to develop dementia, and their risk increases as hearing loss becomes more severe. The researchers found that the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease specifically increased with hearing loss. For every 10 decibels of hearing loss, the extra risk of developing Alzheimer's increased by 20 percent.

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Alzheimers And Hearing Loss Washington PA

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