Deseret News featured an opinion column that cited USC Leonard Davis School faculty comments on loneliness in older adults and reaching out to support others.
Archive: November 2018
The Source featured research by Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School on how fasting for three days can improve a person’s health. The six-month study was done on subjects going through chemotherapy. “When you starve, the system tries to save energy, and one of
Experts at the 2018 Morton Kesten Summit explain what works, what needs improvement, and what’s next.
MemoryWell quoted Zach Gassoumis, research assistant professor in gerontology, in an article on millenial male caregivers. The assumption that caring for older parents or family members is “women’s work” is gone, Gassoumis says. “Now, that’s a role that has to be farmed out to whoever
Politico described research from the USC Leonard Davis School that found a disconnect in the ratings of nursing homes done by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and Yelp.
USC Leonard Davis experts share thoughts on prioritizing connections to others, traveling safely to loved ones, and making the shared meal a healthier and happier occasion.
The 2018 GSA Annual Scientific Meeting will feature symposia, posters and papers led by USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology faculty, postdoctoral and student researchers.
Tucker-Seeley, Edward L. Schneider Assistant Professor of Gerontology, spent the past year in Washington, D.C. as a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow.
Funding will promote access to home modification and includes a focus on tribal and rural communities.
The Llama Podcast featured Paul Irving, chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging and Distinguished Scholar in Residence at the USC Leonard Davis School in an episode on how technological and scientific advancements have made aging more fulfilling. Irving states that if