“With older clients it is important to make sure that changes are not more disruptive than they need to be,” said USC Davis School student Leon Watts. “You want to make sure to maintain the familiar and sentimental things that bring them comfort.”
Archive: March 2017
Consumer Reports quoted Carin Kreutzer of the USC Davis School on how certain foods can reduce inflammation.
Sarah Wong awarded 2nd place in the Biological Sciences, Cell and Molecular Biology poster category during the NSF Emerging Researchers National Conference.
Nautilus cited research by Eileen Crimmins of the USC Davis School on the how long Americans could expect to live without a disability.
Daily Mail (UK) cited research by Valter Longo of the USC Davis School on the benefits of a “fasting-mimicking diet” on aging and disease development.
USC Davis School Vice Dean and James E. Birren Chair in Gerontology is recognized with the 2017 Hiram J. Friedsam Mentorship Award from the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education.
Healthline featured a study by Valter Longo of the USC Davis School on the benefits of intermittent fasting for people with diabetes. According to Longo’s research, implementing a “fasting-mimicking” diet on a regular basis can possibly reverse the effects of diabetes on the pancreas. The study
KCRW-FM reported on the USC Davis School’s Family Caregiver Support Center and the role caregivers serve in the community, the challenges they face and how the center supports this population.
Fast Company and Nature World News reported on research by Valter Longo of the USC Davis School on the various health benefits of a “fasting-mimicking” diet.
The Senior Living Executive Course addressed how residential communities must meet the unique needs of the aging baby boom generation, which include an increasing demand for exercise classes, specialty-food bistros, and multi-family housing options.