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How the human brain stays young even as we age (Quartz)

Quartz quoted Elizabeth Zelinski of the USC Leonard Davis School on how aging affects the brain.

Ease the affordable-housing burden for older Californians (San Francisco Chronicle)

San Francisco Chronicle featured an op-ed cowritten by Paul Irving of the USC Leonard Davis School on the need to ease the affordable housing burden on older Californians. “Many communities will look older in the years ahead, making the struggle to balance the needs of older adults against powerful economic forces even more pronounced,” the […]

To find the best tech for everyone, look to older adults (Quartz)

Quartz quoted Elizabeth Zelinski of the USC Leonard Davis School on designing technology for older adults.

How Asia Is Leading The Way In Aging Initiatives (Forbes)

Forbes featured a column by Distinguished Scholar in Residence Paul Irving on how Asia is ground zero for the age shift that is impacting societies across the globe.

Some Say A Nonprofit Research Group Unfairly Influences Drug Prices (Forbes)

Forbes quoted Mireille Jacobson of the USC Leonard Davis School on how pharmaceutical insurance coverage decisions are made based on drug efficacy.

Rich students get better SAT scores—here’s why (CNBC)

CNBC cited a study from John McArdle of the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and the USC Leonard Davis School on wealthy students earning higher SAT scores.

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