Hearing loss andyour heart.DID YOU KNOW..there is a strong link between the heart and your hearing? Infact, a growing body of research show that a person's hearinghealth and cardiovascular health frequently correspond.Poor cardiovascular health causesinadequate blood flow and bloodvessel trauma to the inner ear. Theinner ear is so sensitive to blood flowthat disorders such as hearing loss,particularly at the lower frequencies,may be an early warning sign ofcardiovascular disease. It is extremelyimportant to get your hearing checkedat least once a year. A simple hearingscreening may even preserve your health and independence; andhearing aids can prevent cognitive decline, injury-causing falls, andeven the early onset of dementia.Signia, the new name for Siemenshearing instruments.Call today for a RISK FREE TRIAL following acomplete hearing evaluation to see if the newSignia hearing aid product is the right fit for you.(231) 775-9398 Toll Free 1-877-775-9398AUDIOLOGICALreasOF CADILLAHEARING CLINICThe Professionol Choice for HearingHealthcore and Balance AssessmentLeft to Right:Dr. Kelly Pendrick, Audiologist 231-775 9398 or toll-free 877-775-9398Dr. Sharon Blackbum, Audiologistwww.aschearingclinic.comDr. Amie Ruppert, Audiologist 882 Professional Dr, Suite A, CodillacMAJOR INSURANCES ACCEPTEDAFFORDABLE PAYMENT PLANS9niaJohns Hopkins University and National Insbitute on Aging study.published Feb.201 in Archives of Neurology. Hearing loss and dementislinked in a study. Frank Lin, M.D, PhD, study leader

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Hearing loss and your heart. DID YOU KNOW.. there is a strong link between the heart and your hearing? In fact, a growing body of research show that a person's hearing health and cardiovascular health frequently correspond. Poor cardiovascular health causes inadequate blood flow and blood vessel trauma to the inner ear. The inner ear is so sensitive to blood flow that disorders such as hearing loss, particularly at the lower frequencies, may be an early warning sign of cardiovascular disease. It is extremely important to get your hearing checked at least once a year. A simple hearing screening may even preserve your health and independence; and hearing aids can prevent cognitive decline, injury-causing falls, and even the early onset of dementia. Signia, the new name for Siemens hearing instruments. Call today for a RISK FREE TRIAL following a complete hearing evaluation to see if the new Signia hearing aid product is the right fit for you. (231) 775-9398 Toll Free 1-877-775-9398 AUDIOLOGICAL reas OF CADILLA HEARING CLINIC The Professionol Choice for Hearing Healthcore and Balance Assessment Left to Right: Dr. Kelly Pendrick, Audiologist 231-775 9398 or toll-free 877-775-9398 Dr. Sharon Blackbum, Audiologist www.aschearingclinic.com Dr. Amie Ruppert, Audiologist 882 Professional Dr, Suite A, Codillac MAJOR INSURANCES ACCEPTED AFFORDABLE PAYMENT PLANS 9nia Johns Hopkins University and National Insbitute on Aging study. published Feb.201 in Archives of Neurology. Hearing loss and dementis linked in a study. Frank Lin, M.D, PhD, study leader

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