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.
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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.
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.
MEDIA ADVISORY/SOURCE ALERT Contact: Orli Belman, USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology 310 709-4156, firstname.lastname@example.org Caregiving in Crisis: From Disaster Planning to Dental Care to Dealing with Loneliness Learn the physical, mental and financial cost of providing care Hear the latest solutions to address the
The USC Fall Prevention Center of Excellence marks Fall Prevention Awareness Day on September 22 with new resources for professionals and consumers.
Wednesday, June 14 talk is part of a larger program that trains beauty school students to work with older adults Summary The Yamano Beauty College is preparing beauticians-to-be to meet the needs of Japan’s aging population through a unique partnership with the University of Southern
Already a celebrated young researcher, Laura Corrales-Diaz Pomatto is the first to graduate from the school’s pioneering PhD program.
Research shows that where we live affects how we age, including age-related diseases and overall well-being. On Wednesday, April 19, the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology will host a series of discussions about the intersection of aging and the environment for its annual symposium,