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LAUREL OFFICE RENOVATIONS: Please be advised that our Laurel office is closed for renovations from 11/19/14-11/28/14. The office will reopen on Monday, 12/01/14. Please be advised that this schedule is subject to change - any changes will be announced as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


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Did you know hearing loss is linked to memory loss?

Dr. Frank Lin, an otologist and epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins Medicine, has been studying the effects of hearing loss on older adults for many years.  His most recent study looked at the link between hearing loss and decrease in cognitive function.  Dr. Lin’s previous research also found that hearing loss is associated with dementia.  One of his theories is that in a person with hearing loss, the brain is forced to work harder to decode speech because the speech signal is distorted.  More energy is used to understand what is being said and this effort comes at a cost.  If hearing loss is treated early and effectively will it reduce the cognitive decline and the risk of dementia?  For complete article: The Baltimore Sun Article