Despite vaccination rollout, 2021 reductions in life expectancy appear to exceed those in 2020, and racial disparities have persisted, say researchers.
Students traveled to Nicoya, Costa Rica to understand why Costa Rica has one of the longest-lived populations in the world.
Patients with advance directives more likely to choose comfort over aggressive care at end of life, according to new USC study.
Traumatic life events, discrimination, job strain all prematurely weaken body’s mix of immune cells, making us more vulnerable to illness.
Instructional Associate Professor Paul Nash, currently taking part in the 2022 AIDS/LifeCycle bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, discussed the challenges faced by older LGBTQ+ individuals in an episode of Lessons in Lifespan Health.
Assistant Professor of Gerontology Ryo Sanabria joins Professor George Shannon to discuss their research seeking to understand why stress response pathways break down as we grow older and whether there may be ways to delay that breakdown and potentially promote healthier lifespans.