The Journal of the American Medical Association published a news story about Valter Longo’s research on fasting-mimicking diets, stating that for researchers seeking to re-create the benefits of daily caloric restriction on a shorter, more practical timescale, Longo’s findings are tantalizing. The diet appears to
Archive: June 2017
The two winning student projects explored how caregivers were more vulnerable to the Great Recession and how male and female flies differ in their responses to oxidative stress.
Two recent awards both recognize Professor Kelvin Davies of the USC Davis School of Gerontology for a lifetime of scientific achievement.
Cities can take concrete steps to address disparities in how safely and healthfully its residents age, writes USC Davis School Distinguished Scholar in Residence and Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging Chair Paul Irving in a column for Forbes/Next Avenue.
Uno (Argentina, in Spanish) noted research by Christian Pike of the USC Davis School on how individuals that carry a gene that may be related to Alzheimer’s disease might increase their risk of cognitive decline if they have an unhealthy diet.
Los Angeles Times quoted Carin Kreutzer of the USC Davis School about why more informative food labels encourage people to make healthier choices and President Donald Trump’s rollback of some healthy eating initiatives.
Women’s Health noted that the fasting mimicking diet is based on research by Valter Longo of the USC Davis School.
Daily Mail (UK) and Yahoo (Australia) published reviews of the fasting-mimicking diet research by Valter Longo of the USC Davis School.
City News Service highlighted research by Christian Pike of the USC Davis School on how individuals that carry a gene that may be related to Alzheimer’s disease might increase their risk of cognitive decline if they have an unhealthy diet. The study found eating foods
PBS’ “Next Avenue” quoted Kathleen Wilber of the USC Davis School on how the signs of elder abuse are not always apparent.