Individuals who used hearing aids had a 75% slower rate of age-related cognitive decline, compared with those without hearing aids, UK researchers reported in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. Another study by the same researchers in PLOS ONE showed a 50% slower cognitive decline rate among older adults who underwent cataract surgery, compared with those who didn't.
Cataract surgery, hearing aids may slow age-related cognitive decline
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