Lemel Durrah, chef and owner of Compton Vegan, shares advice on how people of all ages can eat and live well.
Archive: February 2021
Researchers also identify molecular pathway that can inform development of treatments for muscle-wasting conditions such as sarcopenia.
Seattle Times cited the Fall Prevention Center of Excellence at the USC Leonard Davis School in an article about multigenerational housing and safety for aging in place. Falls are the No. 1 cause of injury, trauma-related hospital visits and injury deaths for those ages 65
Los Angeles Daily News quoted Eileen Crimmins of the USC Leonard Davis School on COVID-19’s impact on U.S. life expectancy. “A year of life expectancy lost doesn’t really give you a true sense of how serious this has been. Millions of life years were actually
The Washington Post and NPR cited research by Theresa Andrasfay of the USC Leonard Davis School on how coronavirus deaths have shortened American life expectancy, especially Black and Latino populations.
CNN quoted Eileen Crimmins of the USC Leonard Davis School on COVID-19’s impact on U.S. life expectancy. “A year of life expectancy lost doesn’t really give you a true sense of how serious this has been. Millions of life years were actually lost,” she told
Alicia Miller plans on working with women and children in underrepresented and underserved communities after completing her Master of Science in Nutrition, Healthspan and Longevity.
Capitol Public Radio interviewed Cary Kreutzer regarding the role of diet in longevity. “I don’t think of diet as the be-all-end-all… I think of diet as one piece of the equation of ‘What is health?’ and ‘How do we stay healthy as we age?'”
Atlanta Journal-Constitution featured research by Changhan David Lee on how the mitochondrial hormone MOTS-c improved physical fitness in mice. “Mitochondria are known as the cell’s energy source, but they are also hubs that coordinate and fine-tune metabolism by actively communicating to the rest of the
Reggie Tucker-Seeley is joined by his colleague, Jhumpka Gupta, an associate professor at George Mason University, on the USC Lessons in Lifespan Health podcast. The two discuss issues of racism and hate and the implications for health across the life course.