Research shows that where we live affects how we age, including age-related diseases and overall well-being. On Wednesday, April 19, the USC Davis School of Gerontology will host a series of discussions about the intersection of aging and the environment for its annual symposium, “What’s
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On National Health Care Decisions Day April 16, take the opportunity to talk to family members about discuss living wills and end-of-life preferences in a comfortable, loving setting, says Associate Professor Susan Enguidanos.
Commonly used cancer drugs known to increase blood sugar appeared to also increase chemotherapy-related cell damage in mice, raising possible risks for cancer patients taking similar drug combinations; fasting or glucose reduction reversed the increase in toxicity.
Periodic cycles of fasting reprogram pancreatic cells and restore insulin production, USC researchers find.
Donna Benton and Sandi Fitzpatrick are selected to lead legislature’s caregiving advisory group.
A randomized trial shows cycles of a five-day fasting diet designed by USC Davis Professor Valter Longo safely reduces the risk factors for age-related diseases.
USC-led study suggests that tiny, dirty airborne particles known as PM2.5 invade the brain.
A new study indicates that a genetic mutation in a group of Ecuadorians may spare them from dementia or Alzheimer’s.
Celebrating holidays together presents a perfect opportunity for family members to discuss living wills and end-of-life preferences in a comfortable, loving setting, says Associate Professor Susan Enguidanos.
If student debt drains the parents’ nest egg, then children later may bear the expense of helping their aging parents, according to researchers from the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology and University of South Carolina.