Hearing Loss Could Pose Greater Risk of Potential Dementia in Later Life — Study

New research presented at an international conference shows that people with hearing loss could be at a greater risk of both mild cognitive impairment as well as Alzheimer’s disease later in life, The Guardian reports. While researchers cautioned that more studies need to be done on whether treating hearing loss could prevent dementia, other research at the conference showed a link between diet and memory and thinking tasks, with eating healthy linked to a lower risk of cognitive...

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