Cutting-edge RNA study of neutrophils at the single-cell provides vital groundwork for further investigation of how immunity differs based on sex.
Distinguished Professor Kelvin Davies discuss his research on how the body is able to maintain balance under stress and the implications it could have for preventing age-related disease and decline.
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.
Study suggests changes in strength and mobility may depend on genetic variations in a critical mitochondrial enzyme.
Rong Lu is an associate professor of stem cell biology and regenerative medicine, biomedical engineering, medicine, and gerontology at USC. She joins George Shannon to discuss her research into the complex and surprising behavior of individual blood stem cells and what it could mean for treating diseases associated with aging.
Professor Valter Longo leads review of research in animals and humans to identify how nutrition affects aging and healthy lifespan.