Biofeedback, “exercise in a pill” and stress exposure are among the potential therapies to boost physical and mental fitness as we age.
Krystal Walden, former sprinter, business owner and PT practice operations specialist, just acquired a new title — Master of Science in Gerontology — and a new perspective on aging.
The daily lives of people in the Indigenous Tsimané and Mosetén communities closely resemble those of pre-industrial societies and may provide clues for preventing heart disease and cognitive decline.
Irma Gonzalez found mentors who believed in her. They helped her find the dual master’s program in gerontology and social work and her ideal career path.
Epigenetic and social factors both predict aging and health – but new research suggests one might be stronger
Can we objectively tell how fast we are aging? With a good measure, scientists might be able to change our rate of aging to live longer and healthier lives.
MS student leaps from public relations to nutrition and lands in a rewarding career in corporate wellness.
Dr. Roberto Vicinanza MD and PhD and instructional associate professor of gerontology at the USC Leonard Davis School, and a specialist in geriatric medicine, joins us for a conversation about healthy aging, including tips on how to keep the body and mind functioning for as long as possible. Quotes from this…
Letters successfully encouraged clinicians to check patients’ prescribing records, says study co-author Mireille Jacobson.
A new USC Leonard Davis School project aims to provide life lessons from the people who are redefining old age.
The USC Family Caregiver Support Center is releasing a series of caregiver support tips throughout the month of November.