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USC Davis doctoral student Marguerite DeLiema served as the keynote speaker for Fresno’s “Elder Abuse Prevention Conference 2013: Protecting an Aging Population.”
On a magnitude unthinkable to most Americans, China is rapidly undergoing a total transformation due to the aging of its population.
Trojans of all scientific stripes shone at the USC Davis School of Gerontology’s fourth annual interdisciplinary symposium “What’s Hot in Aging Research at USC.”
According to the World Health Organization, more than 360 million people around the world have disabling hearing loss, which includes one-third of all people over 65 years old and one-half of those older than 75.
The 33rd annual meeting of the California Council on Gerontology and Geriatrics proved to be a time for paying tribute to the past while looking toward the future.
USC Davis School of Gerontology doctoral students Patrick Beck and Morgan Levine made a strong showing at USC’s Fifth Annual Graduate Research Symposium.
Speaking at the first Advocates for African American Elders public event held in February, Rep. Maxine Waters said she believes her job is to fight for the care and support of seniors.
Climate change doesn’t just threaten our planet — it also poses enormous challenges for older adults, according to acclaimed artists Mary Lou Dauray and Orna Makleff.
Maria Aranda was presented the California Elder Mental Health and Aging Coalition’s Older Adult Leadership and Advocacy Award.
Sorry, Los Angeles — you lost to Provo-Orem, Utah, Des Moines, Iowa, and Toledo, Ohio. In the first “Best Cities for Successful Aging” report, the City of Angels finished a less-than-heavenly No. 30.