Raw Story noted a 2015 study by Cleopatra Abdou of the USC Davis School on the adverse effects of healthcare stereotyping.
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PBS’ “NextAvenue” published commentary by Ed Schneider, dean emeritus of the USC Davis School, on how advice typically given to growing children can also serve as sage advice for healthy aging.
Next Avenue published an essay from Professor and Dean Emeritus Ed Schneider, M.D., highlighting ways in which older adults can benefit from following the advice that pediatricians give to children. Read the article here.
Men’s Health quoted Valter Longo of the USC Davis School about the possible health benefits of intermittent fasting.
The Washington Post quoted Mara Mather of the USC Davis School about the possible impact of commercial brain-training games.
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
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.