Cheryl Brown made a promise to her mother. “My mother said, ‘don’t you put me in a nursing home. Don’t you do that to me’,” said Brown, who cared for her mother at home after she suffered a stroke. Brown actually became a family caregiver at
Archive: October 2016
Univision (in Spanish) ran a story on the Caregivers Are Learning More (CALM) conference organized by the USC Family Caregiver Support Center. The conference taught caregivers about how taking on the roles of a caregiver exposes them to depression and other illnesses, how they can more safely care
With claims that it might cure Alzheimer’s disease, cancer and a host of modern ailments, turmeric is also the spicy subject of much scientific study. Eliot Eunchung Kwon, a master’s student in the USC Davis School’s Nutrition, Healthspan and Longevity program, recently reviewed research on this ancient antidote.
Fitness personality and wellness author Kathy Smith spoke to Valter Longo about fasting-mimicking diets for her On Health: the Art of Living podcast.
As mummies, ghosts, witches and warlocks get ready to roam the streets on Halloween, check out how scholars and students at the USC Leonard Davis School have explored untold secrets from tombs, mummies and more.
Lisa Napoli spoke to students in GERO 435, Women and Aging, and instructor Caroline Cicero on why young people should study aging for Gracefully, her podcast on aging topics.
Irving included in group of 50 "advocates, researchers, thought leaders, innovators, writers and experts continue to push beyond traditional boundaries and change our understanding of what it means to grow older."
USC Davis Master of Science in Nutrition, Healthspan and Longevity student explains how nutrition expertise could make addiction recovery programs healthier and more effective.
Contact: Orli Belman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 310 709-4156 Learn why taking care of caregivers is more important than ever Hear the latest solutions at USC conference WHAT: The USC Family Caregiver Support Center is getting a head start on National Caregiving Month with its annual caregiver’s conference.
Tod Lipka MSG '82, MPA '82, President and CEO of the Step Up organization, leads innovative efforts to help Angelenos dealing with mental illness and homelessness.