Aging

UCSF mouse embryos

Researchers put mouse embryos in suspended animation

Development has potential implications for assisted reproduction, aging and even cancer.

UC San Diego older mothers

Older first-time mothers are also more likely to live longer

Study finds that women giving birth for first time later in life increase chances of living to 90.

UC President Napolitano and the 10 UC chancellors urge support for passage of Cures/Innovation legislation

Investment in National Institutes of Health research and innovation is vital to acclerating health treatments and cures for all Americans.

UC Berkeley Stall Catchers

New online game invites public to help fight Alzheimer’s

Help scientists find a cure by taking part in some citizen science.

UC San Diego aging crisis

Is the 'midlife crisis' a myth?

Despite physical ailments, scientists find that older adults are happier.

UCLA Latino

Latinos age slower than other ethnicities, UCLA study shows

Slower aging rate helps neutralize health risks related to obesity and inflammation.

UCSF doctor end of life

Looking for a better way to die

Several experts at UCSF offer comment on the new California end-of-life law.

UCLA color neurons

UCLA study identifies how brain connects memories across time

Neuroscientists boost ability of aging brain to recapture links between related memories.

UCLA yoga seniors pre-Alzheimer's

To reduce pre-Alzheimer’s cognitive impairment, get to the yoga mat

UCLA study finds yoga, meditation more effective than memory-boosting exercises.

Alzheimer's Science Today

Janet Napolitano on the UC Cures for Alzheimer's Disease Initiative

The UC president on the mobilization of systemwide talent and resources to support promising research.

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