Cities can take concrete steps to address disparities in how safely and healthfully its residents age, writes USC Davis School Distinguished Scholar in Residence and Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging Chair Paul Irving in a column for Forbes/Next Avenue.
Ensuring that every mother has the five types of social support that she needs to flourish makes every day Mother’s Day, says Assistant Professor Cleopatra Abdou.
When it comes to older drivers, a closer look at current practices and emerging options provides guidance, as well as a glimpse of a future that can focus on ensuring public safety while allowing older adults as much independence as possible.
With populations aging across the world and 10,000 U.S. baby boomers turning 65 every day, maximizing the potential of driverless technology for older adults should be an obvious priority, says USC Davis Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving.
Dr. Donna Benton, director of the USC Family Caregiver Support Center, shares tips on how to show appreciation for friends and family members who care for others.
USC Davis School Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving explains the need for America's mayors to lead the movement to make cities age-friendly.
USC Davis School Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving coauthors a column on why employers need to look beyond negative stereotypes regarding older employees and utilize older workers’ talents.
Why working to make our communities age-friendly is so important—for all of us.
On October 5, 2015, after considerable soul searching, Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that legalizes physician-assisted suicide, making California the fifth state to pass such a law.
Stark disparities by race and ethnicity exist, where older racial minorities bear a disproportionate disease burden and have a higher risk for death.