MindBodyGreen cited research by Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School on how a fasting mimicking diet may help individuals live longer. Yahoo also mentioned Longo’s research.
Archive: March 2018
With help from the USC Family Caregiver Support Center, a community leader spearheads a support group for caregivers at First African Methodist Episcopal Church of Los Angeles.
Study reveals some good news, especially for men, say USC and Yale researchers.
From keeping pedestrians safe in Glendale to connecting people to social opportunities in Cudahy, USC students developed interactive tools to help improve quality of life for seniors across the Los Angeles region.
The Healthy Minds Research Volunteer Corps links scientists with potential research participants of varying racial and socioeconomic backgrounds from across the greater Los Angeles area.
USC social work and gerontology faculty member Maria Aranda answers questions to help you succeed at caring for a family member with dementia.
The Washington Post quoted Eileen Crimmins of the USC Leonard Davis School about a study that found the Great Recession raised Americans blood pressure. “If you’re working with that much data and you get that much change, there’s something there in terms of causation,” Crimmins said. “The
Changes in aging brains could make it harder to know when we’re being cheated, but prevention is possible, says Professor Laura Mosqueda.
The New York Times, in a story about the anti-aging field, mentioned research by Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School on the possible health benefits of fasting-mimicking diet.
Forbes and Next Avenue ran a column by USC Leonard Davis School Dean Pinchas Cohen on how universities drive innovation in aging. “As we consider the drivers of the new longevity economy — what AARP describes as a powerful force of people, products and services