Terra (Brazil) reported on research by Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School about the benefits of a fasting-mimicking diet.
Archive: February 2018
PBS’ “NextAvenue” published commentary by Paul Irving of the USC Leonard Davis School about the impact of aging on businesses.
USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology Dean Pinchas Cohen contributed an essay on universities' role in innovation to the new Business of Aging essay series compiled by the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging.
ABC News Los Angeles affiliate KABC-TV featured research by Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School that a primarily plant-based diet paired with intermittent fasting may lead to a longer life. “In most cases people who have a high protein diet don’t do very
Time quoted USC Leonard Davis Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving on why cities can help promote longer life. “We all long to bump into each other,” said Irving, who is the chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging. “The ranges of
Daily Trojan reported that the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology and the nonprofit Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s launched YouthCare on Tuesday, in an effort to provide resources to patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia. “YouthCare is an accessible way for students to interact one-on-one with older
Sebastian Brandhorst, postdoctoral researcher at the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, has been awarded a Postdoctoral Transition Award in Aging by the American Federation for Aging Research.
The Atlantic’s “CityLab” cited research by Caleb Finch of the USC Leonard Davis School, Jiu-Chiuan Chen of the Keck School of Medicine of USC and Constantinos Sioutas of the USC Viterbi School about the possible impact of pollution exposure on the development of dementia, especially
Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s partners with USC Leonard Davis School to launch YouthCare, an intergenerational effort to ease caregiver burden, combat social isolation and support aging in place.
A new study indicates that a tiny part of the brain plays a big role in what we successfully remember during stressful or emotional situations.