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Can Hearing Loss Impact Independence in Older Adults?

What are the effects of hearing loss on older adults? via Five Star Senior Living

How Exercise May Help the Brain Grow Stronger

Precisely how exercise alters and improves the brain remains somewhat mysterious.  Just how good is exercise for our brain? via NYTimes.com

How to Care for Your New Hearing Aids

Congratulations, you’ve chosen to do something about your hearing loss.  Here are a few tips to make sure your hearing aids work as well as they possibly can, day in and day out! MOISTURE/WATER Water is a serious enemy of hearing aids. Moisture can destroy the microphone and the receiver of the hearing aid, clog […]

14 Women Show Off Wrinkles To Make A Potent Statement About Aging

“For me, wrinkles are … they are a map of my life.” via 14 Women Show Off Wrinkles To Make A Potent Statement About Aging.

Common Myths About Hearing Loss

Myth #3 – Hearing loss affects only old people and is merely a sign of aging. From the Better Hearing Institute

Is Your Hearing Loss Temporary?

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The Secret to Aging Well?

An occupational therapist in her 9th decade of life recommends the following to age well…  How to Age Well.

9 Signs That You Might Have Hearing Loss

If you’re turning the TV volume up higher than everyone else wants it to be, it’s time to get your hearing checked. Via – TODAY.com