USC convenes task force to improve life for California’s largely unpaid workforce.
Archive: October 2016
Longo receives the honor from the Dutch Society for Research on Aging (DuSRA).
Aging-in-place experts from around the nation shared their knowledge on October 20.
USC Davis School Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving explains the need for America's mayors to lead the movement to make cities age-friendly.
The Huffington Post published an op-ed by USC Leonard Davis Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving, chair of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging, on why leadership of cities’ mayors is critical as the aging population grows at an unprecedented rate across the United
French and American experts conduct a "Paradox Workshop" to discuss the roles of free radicals and oxidative stress in heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer's disease and other aging-related conditions.
STAT highlighted research by Christian Pike of the USC Leonard Davis School finding hormone therapy greatly accelerated the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in mice. “If you get rid of testosterone, it leads to an environment that’s really conducive to Alzheimer’s pathology,” he said.
Forbes quoted Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School about the link between high-protein diets and increased mortality risks from cancer and diabetes.
The world’s largest organization of food and nutrition professionals recognized Kreutzer’s commitment to the field of dietetics and celebrates her professional accomplishments and pursuit of life-long learning.
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