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There is a strong connection between hearing loss and cognitive health, particularly in older adults. Prevalence rates of hearing loss and cognitive loss, such as mild cognitive impairment and dementia, both increase with age. Recent large-scale epidemiological research has suggested higher rates of cognitive impairment in individuals with greater degrees of hearing loss.

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