Researchers are using embroidery and lasers to create cutting-edge sensors for wearables and personalized health care.
How many fast-food joints you come across throughout your day has a lot to with your health, says Abigail Horn of USC’s Information Sciences Institute.
The recognition comes from The Leapfrog Group, a respected national hospital watchdog organization.
Research could lead to a new way for doctors to identify Latino children and teens most at risk of developing prediabetes.
A study led by the Keck School of Medicine of USC found that third-generation Mexican Americans are 66% more likely to get liver cancer than the first generation.
A USC-led study used AI to analyze influencer content on TikTok between 2019 and 2022. It found an increase in posts that promoted e-cigarettes.
Chase Millsap co-directed the comeback story “Small Town Strong,” which chronicles how the people of Portsmouth, Ohio, battled opioid addiction.
A new robotic tool developed by a team of experts in computer science and biokinesiology could help stroke survivors more accurately track their recovery progress.
A new caregiver intervention program is found to lower rates of abuse.
Being grateful throughout the year can lead to better health and well-being, USC’s Glenn Fox says.