Eating right takes on a whole new meaning when you watch “Living for Longevity: The Nutrition Connection” this month on UCSD-TV.
In her helpful talk from UC San Diego’s
Stein Institute for Research on Aging, Vicky Newman, MS, RD, explains how the right balance of foods, part of an anti-inflammatory eating plan, can maximize your health and energy level. Learn practical tips for controlling your weight, maintaining bone strength and reducing the risk of common chronic diseases associated with aging. You’ll also find out about foods that support the body’s immune and detoxification systems, how to maintain a healthy (and happy) gut, and how to balance your fats to support your health and well-being.
“Living for Longevity: The Nutrition Connection” Thursday, April 25 at 8:3pm, or online now (additional broadcast times at the link). For even more valuable healthy aging tips and research updates, check out the Stein Institute’s video archive.
Someone in America is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s every 68 seconds. Is there a way to keep this disease at bay?
Dr. Gary Small, a professor of psychiatry and director of the UCLA Longevity Center at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior, suggests there may be.
“Alzheimer’s Prevention Program: Keep Your Brain Healthy for the Rest of Your Life,” Dr. Small examines the connection between lifestyle choices and susceptibility and offers physical and mental preventative strategies, including stress relief and cross-training your brain.
The program premieres on UCSD-TV tonight (Feb. 14) at 8pm, or get a jump on your brain betterment by
watching it now online.
Also make sure to watch UCTV Prime’s original webseries,
“Heartache & Hope: America’s Alzheimer’s Epidemic,” featuring Dr. Small and his UCLA colleagues who’ve made some promising strides in their Alzheimer’s research.
Want more healthy aging help? Check out the other programs from
UC San Diego’s Stein Institute for Research on Aging at our website.
To many senior citizens, driving means much more than having a set of keys. Losing the ability to drive can often impact one’s sense of mobility, freedom and independence.
What are the effects of aging on our ability to drive and how do you know when it’s time to no longer be behind the wheel?
Linda Hill, clinical professor and UC San Diego in the School of Medicine, discusses coping strategies for aging drivers and shares options for those in driving retirement in
“Aging and Driving: A Complex Combination,” the latest talk in the Stein Institute for Research on Aging series. The program premieres tonight (Jan. 10) at 8pm and is online now.
There’s a lot of talk about the promise of stem cells, but do you really understand what’s getting researchers so excited?
Well, now’s your chance to learn from the man who literally wrote the book on it, Lawrence Goldstein, Director of UC San Diego’s Stem Cell Program, and author of
Stem Cells for Dummies.
“Stem Cells and the Future of Medicine,” the latest program from the Stein Institute for Research on Aging, Dr. Goldstein shares the basic principles of stem cells and examines the promise they offer and how they can be safely and effectively employed.
The show premieres tonight (Sept 13) at 8pm on UCSD-TV or you can just go ahead and
watch it now online.
By 2030, adults 65 and over will make up twenty percent of our population. This new “Age Wave” is an opportunity to create a roadmap of healthy aging for generations to come.
Tune in tonight (August 9) at 8pm — or watch online now — to hear from Pamela Smith, Director of
San Diego County’s Aging and Independence Services, who explains how communities as well as individuals can come together to meet the needs of older adults in “Aging in San Diego: Where We Are and Where We Need to Go.” Presented by UC San Diego’s Stein Institute for Research on Aging.