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USC Leonard Davis Researchers Explore New Approaches for Body and Brain Health

Biofeedback, “exercise in a pill” and stress exposure are among the potential therapies to boost physical and mental fitness as we age.
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Can breathing exercises reduce Alzheimer’s risk?

New study provides evidence that a simple biofeedback practice reduces levels of Alzheimer’s-associated amyloid beta peptides.
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In Memoriam: George Raymond Shannon, MSG, PhD

Shannon became a gerontology educator and researcher at age 64 following an acting career that spanned 30 years.
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How old is your brain, really? Artificial intelligence knows

AI-powered analysis developed at USC accurately reflects risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease based on brain age.
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Neurons in Alzheimer's disease. 3D illustration showing amyloid plaques in brain tissue, neurofibrillary tangles and destruction of neuronal networks

New study challenges previous ideas regarding Alzheimer’s disease

Increase in amyloid beta protein in the brain, often thought to be directly involved in Alzheimer’s pathology, may instead be a general change that occurs with age even in healthy brains, says senior author Caleb Finch.
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