Nearly two-thirds of adults older than age 70 have hearing loss that doctors consider “clinically meaningful.” In plain English, that means as people age, they are likely to become hard of hearing. Many of those people, however, don’t get the help they need, often because they simply cannot afford it. “The prevalence of hearing loss […]
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