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This device could cut older people’s risk of dementia, depression and falls

September 19, 2019

From the MarketWatch website

One small device can make a big difference in the lives of older people, but few of them get the helpful gadget, a new study suggests.

People age 66 and older who got a hearing aid shortly after being diagnosed with hearing loss were less likely to receive a first-time diagnosis of dementia or depression, or be injured by a fall, in the following three years, a study published Thursday by the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society found.

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