3 studies link hearing loss with less physical activity among older adults

Older adults with hearing loss may be more sedentary and more likely to experience worsening physical function than those without hearing loss, according to three recent NIA-supported studies. The findings, which were reported in JAMA Network Open and the Journals of Gerontology, Series A, suggest that treating hearing loss may be a way to promote healthy aging among older adults.

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