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ACHIEVE Study Results Published, Presented

Results provide compelling evidence that treating hearing loss is a powerful tool to protect cognitive function in later life

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Scientific American: Hearing Aids May Lower Risk of Cognitive Decline and Dementia

As few as 15 percent of people who would benefit from hearing aids use them

Read Article by Lydia Denworth

September 1, 2023


Health: Older Adults With Hearing Loss May Experience More Fatigue

People with hearing loss may be more likely to experience fatigue, according to a new analysis that highlights the importance of interventions like hearing aids.
Read Article by Maggie O'Neill

July 18, 2023

Washington Post: Hearing loss is a major risk factor for dementia. Hearing aids can help.

Hearing aids, now available over the counter, may address hearing loss and help prevent cognitive decline
Read Article by Richard Sima
October 20, 2022

CNET: Hearing Aids May Help Stave Off Dementia Risk

A promising new study builds evidence for how preserving hearing may also preserve cognition for those at higher risk of losing it.
Read Article by Jessica Rendall
July 21, 2023

CNN: Hearing aids may reduce your risk of dementia by half, study says

For people facing a greater threat of cognitive decline, getting hearing aids could cut your risk in half, according to a new study.
Read Article by Madeline Holcombe
July 18, 2023

New York Times: 'A New Frontier’ for Hearing Aids

Over-the-counter hearing aids are coming at long last. But lower prices and greater accessibility may take time to materialize.
Read Article by Paula Span
October 10, 2022

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