The Wall Street Journal interviewed Valter Longo of the USC Davis School about the benefits of a “fasting mimicking diet” on the body’s response to diseases.
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Journalist Peter Bowes interviewed Caroline Cicero for an episode of his Live Well and Master Aging podcast featuring a program where senior citizen reenact iconic scenes from famous movies. Dr.Cicero explained why this could promote longevity by focussing on aspects of life such as socialization,
The Guardian (UK) interviewed Valter Longo of the USC Davis School about his research linking fasting-mimicking diets to anti-aging and disease treatment.
KPCC-FM (in a Kaiser Health News story) highlighted research by Susan Enguidanos of the USC Davis School on the positive impact palliative care can have on reducing the number of hospitalizations for older adults. The story noted Enguidanos recently received a $5 million grant in
Kaiser Health News quoted Associate Professor Susan Enguidanos on the benefits and cost-effectiveness of palliative care programs. The story also appeared in Washington Monthly.
Consumer Reports quoted Carin Kreutzer of the USC Davis School on how certain foods can reduce inflammation.
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.
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.