Los Feliz Ledger columnist Stephanie Vendig discussed the recent USC Morton Kesten Summit on Transforming Homes and Communities to Support Healthy Aging: Innovations and Visions for the Future.
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Forbes featured contributor Paul Irving, chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging and distinguished scholar in residence at the USC Leonard Davis School on the topic of investing in longevity science. Irving interviewed Jim Mellon, an investor and chairman of Juvenescence
The USC Leonard Davis School professor makes Time's first annual list of the most influential people in health care.
California Matters mentioned the USC Leonard Davis School in commentary on aging Californians.
The Washington Post quoted Mara Mather of the USC Leonard Davis School on the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh. “I guess the Republicans have been debating why does she forget getting home, but that sounds very plausible,” Mather said. “It focuses the brain on whatever stands out
Los Angeles Times quoted Donna Benton of the USC Leonard Davis School on the strain that aging can cause for seniors and their families.
CNN quoted Valter Longo, who runs the Longevity Institute at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology. He says that periodic fasting provides a “potential alternative to taking lots of drugs,” and no major diet changes are necessary. “You can do this for five days,
Bend Bulletin quoted Mireille Jacobson of the USC Leonard Davis School on opioid overdoses. Jacobson said that, while cannabis may help chronic pain patients reduce the amount of prescription opioids needed to control their pain, increasing access isn’t likely to make a large dent in overdose
Discover Magazine quoted Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School on how fasting can ramp up autophagy, a kind of cellular housekeeping, and allow the body to repair itself.
CNN noted that a recent study co-led by Caleb Finch of the USC Leonard Davis School adds to a growing body of research investigating the potential link between air pollution and dementia.