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Why and how are dementia and hearing loss linked? Our Audiologist explains the latest research

Posted on: Tuesday, August 1, 2017 by Katy Bugg
Vaitheki MaheswaranAn international study on the link between hearing loss and dementia has attracted much attention in the last months. Due to the increasing interest and the concerns of some of our readers, Action on Hearing Loss Audiologist Specialist Vaitheki Maheswaran reviews the latest research on the topic.

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