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Sensory impairment and health expectancy in older adults

05:31 EDT 15 Aug 2019 | Science Daily

Older adults aged 60 years and above with vision and hearing impairments may enjoy fewer years of life as well as healthy life compared to those with no impairments. Detecting and managing these conditions early could prolong the duration of life lived in good health by older adults, a new study suggests.

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