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Thanks to the aging of the Baby Boomers–that huge generation born between 1946 and 1964–there probably never has been more interest in retirement issues than now. With that in mind, Forbes presents a list of The 25 Best Places To Retire In 2016.
via The Best Places To Retire In 2016 – Forbes.
You called our office and scheduled an appointment. Depending on the nature of the appointment, we may have suggested that you bring someone with you to the appointment. You might be wondering why we made the suggestion.
Why Bring Someone With You?
This is not because we think that you can’t handle the appointment on your own. So, let me explain to you why it’s so important to bring someone with you on the day we evaluate your hearing.
Hearing loss doesn’t just affect the person with the hearing
Hearing socially meaningful sounds can change the ear and enable it to better detect those sounds. The findings could have important implications for elderly people in nursing homes.
via Medical News Today