KPBS interviewed Donna Benton of the USC Leonard Davis School as part of a live forum on the challenges and opportunities facing seniors, their families and advocates in California.
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KPCC-FM quoted Caroline Cicero of the USC Leonard Davis School on the higher risk of depression for older adults living alone.
Seattle Weekly featured research by Jessica Ho on the rise in opioid overdoses in the U.S.
Capital Public Radio quoted Caroline Cicero of the USC Leonard Davis School about the risks older adults face when living alone.
Wired highlighted research by Caleb Finch of the USC Leonard Davis School about the connection between exposure to air pollution and dementia symptoms. “I have no hesitation whatsoever to say that air pollution causes dementia,” said Finch, who also stated air pollution is just as
Los Angeles Times quoted Cary Kreutzer in a column on the involvement of food industry lobbyists in the creation of official nutrition guidelines.
Mother Jones mentioned research by University Professor Caleb Finch and colleagues that identified air pollution as a risk factor for dementia.
A KPCC Graying California piece profiled Xu Chair in Gerontology George Shannon and discussed why many older Californians choose to stay in the workforce.
The Wall Street Journal published a column by Paul Irving on how his wife, Susie’s, concern that hearing aids might signify decline and diminished capacity had to be balanced against the prospect of better hearing.
MemoryWell quoted Donna Benton in an article on a proposed “Care Corps” modeled after AmeriCorps. Benton said the concept of a care corps offers promise for creating a better trained workforce for the future. “In the worst case scenario, even if they don’t stay in