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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

1 month ago

Tips for Healthy Hearing in Your 60s and Up!

Do you often find yourself asking someone to repeat what they’ve just said? When you go out to dinner, do you have issues hearing your loved ones or friends during the conversation? Do you find yourself turning up the volume…

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3 months ago

Diabetes Is Not a Normal Part of Aging

I would like to take the time to acknowledge the 37 million people who live with diabetes in America today (and the additional 100 million living with pre-diabetes). They inspire us to help with the ongoing fight to develop better treatment options…

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4 months ago

The Silent Struggle: Healthcare Challenges for Older Women with Hearing Loss

As we age, our bodies undergo various changes, and one of the most common issues that affect older individuals, especially women, is hearing loss. Hearing loss is a pervasive problem among the elderly population, and it significantly impacts…

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5 months ago

Is There a Connection Between Hearing Loss and Falls in Older Women?

Today, approximately 50 million people in the United States are suffering from hearing loss. Yet nearly 42 million (that’s nearly 80%!) of them go without treatment. Hearing loss has been listed by the Department of Health and Human Services…

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6 months ago

Is Hearing Loss (and Tinnitus) Linked to Menopause?

Emerging research has observed a strong link between hearing loss, tinnitus, menopause, and hormone therapy. According to a team of doctors at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, hormone therapy can increase your risk of hearing loss…

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7 months ago

The Most Common Misconceptions About Hearing Loss

Many don’t fully understand what hearing loss truly entails. While hearing loss is the #1 sensory disorder on the planet, it is also one of the least treated chronic medical conditions. Let’s discuss some common misconceptions about hearing loss…

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10 months ago

The Hearing Loss and Diabetes Connection: Learn More About Signs and Prevention

Do you or someone you know have diabetes? Did you know that there is a significant connection between diabetes and hearing loss? Hearing loss happens for many reasons. In past articles, we’ve discussed, ways to protect your hearing…

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1 year ago

Tips for Healthy Hearing in Your 60s and Up!

Do you often find yourself asking someone to repeat what they’ve just said? When you go out to dinner, do you have issues hearing your loved ones or friends during the conversation? Do you find yourself turning up the volume…

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1 year ago

What Is the SAGE Screening for Dementia, and Should You Do It at Home?

The SAGE Test is a self-administered exam designed to be taken at home to detect the early signs of cognitive impairment. It is a brief tool that can evaluate your thinking abilities. The questions are designed to evaluate each part of the brain…

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1 year 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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