Los Angeles Times quoted Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School about the obsession with immortality among tech industry executives.
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Health Affairs featured a blog post by USC Leonard Davis Research Assistant Professor Anna Rahman about how the distinction between palliative care and end-of-life care needs to be made clearer. “Consistently conflating palliative care and hospice care threatens to undermine our field’s credibility and our ability
Unerased: The History of Conversion Therapy in America interviewed Gerald Davison of USC Dornsife College and USC Leonard Davis School. He discussed how he took a stand against conversion therapy for LGBTQ+ in the 1970s.
ABC News Los Angeles affiliate KABC-TV highlighted the Mindful Eating Series. The spot included interviews with Deborah Weirick of the USC Verdugo Hills and USC Leonard Davis graduate student Megan Tancredi. Tancredi leads class discussions in the 10-week program.
KPCC quoted Donna Benton of the USC Leonard Davis School about California’s proposed budget for caregiver support. Benton said most Californians don’t qualify for low-income caregiver support services. “Family members in general sacrifice a lot,” said Benton. “And then when they go to look for services for
PBS’ “Next Avenue” highlighted research by Valter Longo of the USC Leonard Davis School and his book, The Longevity Diet. Longo’s research suggests that applying a fasting-mimicking diet three or four times a year can activate as well as boost regeneration and rejuvenation in stem cells. Longo
The Los Angeles Times featured a 10-week series of free mindful eating classes hosted at the USC Verdugo Hills Hospital. The sessions will be led by Megan Tancredi, a graduate student at the USC Leonard Davis School. Verdugo Hills Hospital Clinical Nutrition Manager Stephanie Wood will also
Newsday quoted Paul Irving, the chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging and distinguished scholar in residence at the Leonard Davis School. He discussed how faith and religion can serve as important tools for reducing social isolation in older adults. “As interesting as social
Goop featured Professor Valter Longo, who discussed the benefits of a fasting-mimicking diet and how lifestyle changes impact longevity. “Our animal and initial human research has shown that fasting (responsibly and smartly) can have positive effects on health by promoting regeneration in the body,” Longo
Economic Times (India) cited Professor Valter Longo’s research on the benefits of a fasting-mimicking diet.