How hearing aids can save lives

Experts have been trying to find a cure for hearing loss for a long time.

Now it looks like hearing aids may have a role to play in treating it.

As the US government says the use of hearing aids for the elderly has declined, the US Surgeon General has also come out with a report saying hearing aids could be a solution.

While it’s not yet clear if the US will adopt the Surgeon Generals findings, a number of US states have already passed legislation to allow the use.

“While there is some evidence that hearing aids reduce the risk of death from stroke, there is still no conclusive evidence to show that hearing aid use in the elderly reduces the risk,” the report said.

If hearing aids were widely used, the cost of their use would drop by a third, the report says.

A hearing aid can be made from a variety of materials, including materials made from plastics, paper and rubber, as well as polycarbonate.

It can also be made of metals and other materials that are commonly found in other hearing aids.

The devices can help with things like hearing loss by increasing the amount of sound that is absorbed by the brain, as opposed to noise, which is absorbed less.

Experts say they’re not sure whether hearing aids are a good choice for everyone, but the findings highlight the importance of them for people with hearing loss.

“It’s really exciting,” said Dr Paul R. Cavanagh, professor of ear, otolaryngology and cochlear surgery at University College London, in a statement.

“There are so many benefits and benefits that come from hearing aids and this is one of them.

What we’re trying to do is help people who have lost hearing, but it’s a very personal thing for people.

According to the report, the devices have a range of benefits. “

But hearing aids help people to make sense of what’s going on in their life.”

According to the report, the devices have a range of benefits.

They can help reduce the amount noise in the room, reduce noise-induced hearing loss, reduce fatigue, help with the development of speech, reduce pain and fatigue, reduce the need for medication and improve quality of life.

“While they are not as safe as a conventional hearing aid in the ear, they are effective at improving speech and language,” the study said.

“They may also have benefits for the brain that can contribute to speech and other cognitive function.”

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