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People with hearing loss have more vivid dreams.

It’s often thought that when one sensory modality is weakened, the other senses become more attuned to compensate. Click Here to Read More

Want to reward your brain?

Exercise has the potential to stave off heart disease, diabetes, and a range of other ailments. Staying physically fit can help keep the mind sharp as well. Click Here to Read More

Balancing mobility and fear of falls in seniors

It’s a paradox of aging: Becoming sedentary actually increases your fall risk. Click Here to Read More

Super-early detection of Alzheimer’s?

Researchers can spot early disease inroads well before symptoms occur. Click Here to Read More

Are baby boomers a healthy generation?

Baby boomers ages 50+ are paving the way to better health well into older decades. Click Here to Read More

Baby boomers are isolating themselves as they age.

Baby boomers are far less socially engaged now than their predecessors were at the same age 20 years ago. Click Here to Read More

Diners say eating out can be too noisy.

Noise levels in some restaurants are so high, that it can be like eating next to a lawnmower – according to a new study. Click Here to Read More

What Is ‘Hidden Hearing Loss’?

The first signs of hearing loss may be much more silent than we think. Click Here to Read More

Sir David Attenborough struggles with memory loss. 

Aging’s biggest bugaboo is memory loss. Click Here to Read More

People with hearing loss have more vivid dreams.

It’s often thought that when one sensory modality is weakened, the other senses become more attuned to compensate. Click Here to Read More