Moving away from a one-size-fits-all approach is critical for addressing health and social disparities in aging and age-related disease, say USC experts.
"Quiet Heroes - Over Eighty," a new exhibit in the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology's Sophie Davis Gallery by photographer and USC alumnus Barry Shaffer, provides universal life lessons from older Los Angeles immigrants and people of color.
Examination of 20-year trends shows risk factors, and gender and age differences, decreasing among adults over 50. Researchers say medications play a major role.
The Healthy Minds Research Volunteer Corps links scientists with potential research participants of varying racial and socioeconomic backgrounds from across the greater Los Angeles area.
Catherine Pérez Receives 2018 AGHE Student Leadership Award.
The new Ensuring Lifespan Health initiative highlights how studying aging brings very different fields together in the quest for healthier and happier lives.
Gerson Galdamez is named a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Research Scholar. He will focus on solutions for elder abuse intervention and prevention.
City officials, professors and seniors address housing, transportation, engagement and other issues that affect the quality of life for older adults.
The Silicon Valley celebrity, who lost most of her vision five years ago, develops goods for an aging population.
USC Davis School Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving coauthors a column on why employers need to look beyond negative stereotypes regarding older employees and utilize older workers’ talents.