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Foods to Watch Out For By: Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A Let’s talk about something that might not be on your radar but could be buzzing around your ears: tinnitus triggers. Yep, those pesky sounds that nobody else can hear but can drive you up the wall. And guess what? What you eat could be…

By: Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A What Science Tells Us Have you ever found yourself suddenly craving a slice of rich chocolate cake or a bag of salty potato chips? We’ve all experienced food cravings at some point in our lives, often linked to our emotions, habits, or even nutrient deficiencies. But did you know…

New Studies Show That Millions of People with Mild Cognitive Impairment Go Undiagnosed By: Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A Have you ever had one of those moments where you walk into a room and completely forget why you went in there in the first place? Or maybe you’ve struggled to remember someone’s name, even though…

By: Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A Over 100 million adults in the U.S. are taking statins for related cardiovascular disease. Statins, designed to reduce cholesterol and initially aimed at preventing heart disease, are now being explored for their potential in preventing dementia. Some researchers suggest that common forms of dementia may be linked to changes…

By: Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A What Science Tells Us Have you ever found yourself suddenly craving a slice of rich chocolate cake or a bag of salty potato chips? We’ve all experienced food cravings at some point in our lives, often linked to our emotions, habits, or even nutrient deficiencies. But did you know…

By: Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A

Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A Tinnitus, that persistent ringing, buzzing, or hissing sound in the ears, affects millions of people worldwide, often disrupting daily life and causing distress. While there’s no one-size-fits-all cure, emerging research suggests that mindfulness techniques can help manage tinnitus and alleviate its bothersome effects. Today, let’s explore how mindfulness can offer…

By: Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A What Science Tells Us Have you ever found yourself suddenly craving a slice of rich chocolate cake or a bag of salty potato chips? We’ve all experienced food cravings at some point in our lives, often linked to our emotions, habits, or even nutrient deficiencies. But did you know…

By: Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A In recent years, the incidence of early-onset dementia has been steadily rising, prompting researchers from Maastricht University in the Netherlands and the University of Exeter in the U.K. to conduct a groundbreaking study. Published in JAMA Neurology (December 2023), the study challenges the prevailing belief that genetics alone are…

By: Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A Have you heard the old adage “you are what you eat”? This couldn’t ring truer, especially when it comes to brain health. The foods we consume play a vital role in supporting cognitive function, memory retention, and overall mental well-being. Incorporating certain foods into your diet can be a…

Each month, I will share with you important insights about dementia and the potential impact of cognitive rehabilitation and lifestyle interventions on cognitive well-being. You and your loved ones can always find more resources at www.PreventingDecline.com and find a local approved healthcare provider to help you reduce your risk of dementia (visit www.ExcellenceInAudiology.com). As of now, it’s projected…

By: Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A Most people do not like to run. I get it. I’m one of those people too. But what if you were told that running and/or walking ~7 or more miles per week could reduce your risk of dying from dementia by up to 40%? Perhaps now you might agree – this might…

By: Dr. Keith N. Darrow, PhD, CCC-A Exploring the Intersection of Hearing Loss and Dementia Hearing loss can be a frustrating and debilitating experience, negatively impacting a person’s entire quality of life. It is a fact that nearly half of people over the age of 60 have hearing loss. That’s disturbing to me, especially when…

Truth is, tinnitus can not be cured. But what if I told you that there was an 80% chance that your tinnitus could be treated and that you could live with less tinnitus (perhaps you might even be  able to live a ‘ring-free’ life)? Like most major medical conditions, i.e. cancer, heart disease, diabetes and so…

By: Dr. Keith Darrow, PhD, CCC-A Simply put, the brain can benefit greatly by being proactive in taking care of your hearing loss as you age. In fact, studies have shown that by treating your hearing loss, you can slow down the degenerative disease of dementia by up to 75%. And a recent article from…

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