Posted on Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Sensory input form your ears may help to keep your brain younger and functioning better. Recent studies confirm there is a startling connection between hearing health and brain function.

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Posted on Monday, November 21, 2011
A woman stands under a blue sky, holding out her arms, taking joy in freedom from hearing loss.

Hearing aids have been shown to improve mood, income, and health. Now studies indicate they may also play a role in how the brain functions.

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Posted on Friday, November 18, 2011
Connie Cross smiles after learning she has won a new Kindle!

“Few people notice I have hearing aids.”

Anyone who openly faces their hearing loss and does something about is to be admired. Connie Cross of South Casco, Maine is no exception. In Connie's winning entry for The Sweet Sounds of Life Contest, she shares her determination to overcome her own individual fears in order to achieve a fuller and more engaged lifestyle.

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