The findings further reinforce the need for targeted support and resources for families and patients living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
Terrie Moffitt of Duke University delivers the 2021 Esther and Isadore Kesten Memorial Lecture.
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.
The study finds that immigrants are responsible for approximately half of recent U.S. life expectancy gains.
USC faculty co-edit publication examining impacts of social and economic factors across the life course.
Associate Professor of Gerontology and Sociology Jennifer Ailshire joins Professor George Shannon to discuss the impacts of air pollution, global aging and how factors like location and education can influence the way we age.
The Population Association of America Irene B. Taeuber Award recognizes innovative contributions to the scientific study of population.
In the US, COVID-19 reduced overall life expectancy by over 1.3 years, with the effects on Black and Latino populations 2 to 3 times those for the White population, says postdoctoral scholar Theresa Andrasfay.