Aging Well

Evidence is building for the importance of physical and social activity as the way to optimize wellbeing in older age. UCSF Geriatrics faculty review their research and cutting-edge work on improving physical, social and emotional wellbeing in older adults.

Explore topics on the myths of aging, improving surgical outcomes, the science of longevity, social connection in older adults, and tools for comprehensive advance care planning.

If you are an older adult, caregiver or anyone interested in optimizing well-being as you get older, this is for you.

Browse more programs in Aging, Activity, and Community: The Science Behind Function and Social Connections in Older Age

Breast Cancer Prevention and Treatment – A Surgeon's Perspective

If you or someone you love is concerned about or dealing with breast cancer, don’t miss “The Latest in Breast Cancer Prevention and Treatment” from UC San Diego’s Stein Institute for Research on Aging.

In her informative talk, Dr. Anne Wallace, chief of the Division of Plastic Surgery and director of the UC San Diego Breast Care Unit, gives an overview of the risk factors for breast cancer and discusses how you and your doctor can manage those risks. She also gives a surgeon’s perspective on breast cancer screening and new treatments on the horizon.

Watch “The Latest in Breast Cancer Prevention and Treatment” online now or premiering tonight, November 8, at 8pm on UCSD-TV.