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New study at USC will compare two ways of caring for older adults with dementia and Alzheimer’s.
A new study is a hard look in the mirror for how providers have contributed to the addiction epidemic.
Even with a bachelor’s degree from USC Viterbi and now a master’s from the USC Iovine and Young Academy, this proud Trojan still puts in his hours on the family farm.
Research by USC’s Arthur Stone and colleagues found that worry follows us from ages 20 to 50 — likely anxiety about money, jobs and kids. Those worries begin to diminish starting at about age 50, and well-being climbs to about age 70, when people are less anxious but still healthy.
The Trojans score their most points ever at the NCAAs. Anna Cockrell becames only the second person to win the 100m hurdles and 400m hurdles in the same season.
Here's a hint: You might want to visit your doctor or pharmacist — and wash your hands often.
The U.S. government designed its emergency inventory of medical supplies to respond to bioterrorist attacks, notes USC Dornsife’s Andrew Lakoff. He studies the politics of global health and disaster response
In a study of online hotel reviews, USC Marshall’s Davide Proserpio and a colleague found that when hotels start responding, they receive 12 percent more reviews and their ratings increase, too.
“No time” is no excuse to skip a workout. According to USC researchers, even a brief walk or a few squats during your workday can make a difference.