Dr. Keith N. Darrow is the founder of Excellence In Audiology. He is a Neuroscientist, Clinical Audiologist and Certified Dementia Practitioner. Dr. Darrow is also a best-selling author, speaker and professor. He is passionate about helping adults prevent decline, actively age and reduce the risks associated with hearing loss. Dr. Darrow can be contacted at keith@excellenceinaudiology.org.

Latest Posts By Keith Darrow

4 days ago

Can Hearing Aids Slow Down Dementia?

Simply put, the brain can benefit greatly by being proactive in taking care of your hearing loss. In fact, studies have shown that by treating your hearing loss, you can slow down the degenerative disease of dementia by up to 75%…

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1 month ago

The Correlation Between Hearing Aid Use and Cognitive Function in Older Women

Have you ever thought about having a hearing test? Do you wonder if your hearing health has a connection to cognitive decline? Many studies have been conducted leading us to very definitive answers to this question…

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4 months ago

Cognitive Screenings and the Role of the Hearing Healthcare Provider

A healthy brain means a healthy you! You already know that your brain is your greatest asset – it helps you get through every day, make good decisions, and keeps you healthy. Having a healthy brain as you age is not something…

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5 months ago

Can Tinnitus Be Cured?

As someone who has studied the brain for over 20 years, I’m happy to give you the most straightforward answer I can to the question, “Can tinnitus be cured?” The answer is a resounding… MAYBE! I know you want to hear me say yes! But what if I told you…

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7 months ago

Young Women Over 60: Stay Physical and Work on Preventing Dementia

Prevention is the only available ‘treatment’ for the mind-robbing diseases of cognitive decline and dementia. In fact, prevention of dementia is just as important as preventing other common chronic conditions…

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8 months ago

Dementia and Hearing Loss – The Silent Correlation

There are various risk factors connected with dementia. However, an incredibly significant risk factor which has been discovered is the correlation between hearing loss and dementia. Considerable scientific research has been done which identifies…

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