Thinking about the changing seasons is a perfect opportunity to take steps to reduce falls in your home and during outdoor activities, says USC Leonard Davis Professor Jon Pynoos.
Category: Aging is Happening
Generativity—the feeling of having contributed to the well-being of others—could mitigate some of the harmful effects of stress, including depression, in people caring for older or disabled individuals.
Analysis shows how rates of cardiovascular disease, disability, and more vary widely between nations.
Consumer nursing home reviews do not correspond to government rankings, according to new study.
These rituals for the mind and body are rewarding enough to repeat throughout the year.
USC Leonard Davis School researchers, working with colleagues at Michigan State and the Van Andel Research Institute, receive U.S. Department of Defense funding for exploring Parkinson's and pollution.
During this year’s National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology faculty share how air pollution, diet, brain injury and neighborhood factors can influence the disease.
A new USC study indicates a potential benefit of the menopausal therapy for a certain type of memory.
The new Ensuring Lifespan Health initiative highlights how studying aging brings very different fields together in the quest for healthier and happier lives.
What you and your family can learn from the rock legend's death.