Washington Post featured Valter Longo on how recent research points to interventions in diet, exercise and mental outlook that could slow down aging and age-related diseases. A multidisciplinary approach involving evidence-based strategies “could get it all right,” he said. The article also appeared in Anchorage
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Los Angeles Daily News and KFI 640 AM featured research by Caleb Finch and Jennifer Ailshire of the USC Leonard Davis School on how air free of PM2.5 particle air pollution can lead to a healthier brain. “Our findings underscore the importance of efforts to
Annenberg Media featured an event hosted by the USC Family Caregiver Support Center regarding young caregivers in the digital age. The event featured a discussion of the “Going Gray in LA” photojournalism exhibit, a screening of the documentary “It’s Not a Burden” and a panel
Daily Trojan featured a USC Leonard Davis School event that included a screening of the documentary “It’s Not a Burden” and a panel discussion regarding young caregivers, including USC students, and their experiences and challenges with caregiving. “With the transition back to campus, for some
AARP quoted Paul Irving, chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging and distinguished scholar in residence at the USC Leonard Davis School, on how ageist stereotypes are still prevalent in advertisements. “Advertising that stereotypes older adults and reinforces negative biases is
Livestrong featured Instructional Associate Professor Cary Kreutzer on healthy breakfast options. “Just 3/4 cup of plain Greek yogurt has 18 grams of protein and is low in sugar. You can add nuts and seeds to that to contribute protein and fiber,” Kreutzer says.
NextAvenue featured Paul Irving, chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging and distinguished scholar in residence at the USC Leonard Davis School, on how a growing number of older adults prefer intergenerational and diverse living arrangements that foster health, positive attitudes
The Washington Post quoted Caleb Finch in a story on how tens of thousands of police, firefighters, construction workers, and others who worked amid the ruins of the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan following 9/11 are experiencing cognitive decline. “There’s a large amount of uncertainty,
Vogue quoted Valter Longo on reexamining one’s diet as well as the benefits of a short-term fasting-mimicking diet. “No matter what diet you have, your system may tend to become dysfunctional,” he said.
MarketWatch quoted Valter Longo on the benefits of a diet that mimics fasting. “Other than genes, it is hard to think of something that can be more powerful than food in determining whether someone is going to make it to 100 or die before 50