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    Registered User nitram's Avatar
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    Apr 2011

    Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2017

    "People who experience hearing loss could be at greater risk of memory and thinking problems later in life than those without auditory issues, research suggests.


    But it is not yet clear whether hearing loss is the result of changes linked to dementia, or whether hearing loss itself could contribute to cognitive decline.


    In a separate study, researchers from Wisconsin found a link between thinking and memory difficulties, and changes to the fluency of speech.


    A further series of studies presented at the conference focused on the link between diet and prowess at memory and thinking tasks"

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    Registered User Wozzie's Avatar
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    Thanks for the link nitram, article is well worth a read


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