Monthly Archives:July 2019

“Patients must be provided affordable treatment options when investing in the medical treatment of hearing loss.” – Dr. Keith N. Darrow The medical treatment of hearing loss and the associated cognitive needs can be a significant financial investment for many older adults. Unfortunately, in today’s health care system where coverage for many medical procedures and…

Prevention is the only available ‘treatment’ for the mind-robbing diseases of cognitive decline and Dementia. In fact, prevention of Dementia in New England is just as important as preventing other common chronic conditions that come with aging such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer. But how? Like these other chronic diseases, regular physical activity plays…

It is currently estimated that nearly 50,000,000 American adults live with tinnitus. Tinnitus is simply described as the experience of hearing a sound in your ears, sometimes in your head. Tinnitus in Worcester is also experienced by approximately 80% of people living with hearing loss. Some only notice their tinnitus in a quiet room, whereas…

31 million people living with Diabetes are at an increased risk of developing Dementia and hearing loss. Diabetes is not a normal part of aging. Neither is the inevitable hearing loss that comes with aging. In fact, hearing loss in Worcester, MA,- a progressive degenerative disorder – profoundly impacts social, physical and cognitive health. There…

“It (hearing loss) not only increases age-related memory loss, it increases the incidents of Alzheimer’s disease, so if you can prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease or delay it with good hearing devices, that’s a major public health advance.”  -Erik Kandel, Recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine What is the Relationship? And…

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