Addressing the continuing Covid-19 pandemic, which has lowered life expectancy and widened health disparities in the U.S., calls for preventive behaviors and policy change, say USC researchers.
New study finds financial incentives and other behavioral nudges made little difference among certain groups.
Despite vaccination rollout, 2021 reductions in life expectancy appear to exceed those in 2020, and racial disparities have persisted, say researchers.
Study reveals predictors of long COVID, which causes symptoms that may last for months.
Indonesian physician, Janice Emmanuella, loves caring for older adults. She’s pursuing a MA in Medical Gerontology and her U.S. medical license.
Even when faced with larger structural risks, such as living in an area with high infection rates, people who avoid large gatherings and other risky behaviors are less likely to be diagnosed with COVID-19, say USC researchers.
USC Leonard Davis experts share tips to help keep loved ones safe and healthy during the season’s celebrations.
The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the need for international collaboration and effective solutions for challenges posed by aging populations.
The pandemic kept kids home from school and upended the workplace, placing Americans who care for aging family members under even more pressure.
USC faculty co-edit publication examining impacts of social and economic factors across the life course.