Study Finds Older Americans Are Largely Unaware of a New Alzheimer’s Drug
Among older Americans surveyed in the weeks after FDA approval of aducanumab, few could correctly answer true or false questions about the first new Alzheimer’s drug in decades.
Among Young Latino Adults, Noncitizens Are at Greater Risk of Death Than Naturalized and U.S.-Born Citizens
Latino immigrants, especially noncitizens, face a much greater risk of dying than their U.S.-born peers, USC researchers have found.Categorized in
Latinos Are More Likely to Die From COVID-19, Underlining Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Outcomes
Latinos were tested more for COVID-19 and had higher rates of infection, hospitalization and death.Categorized in
USC Study Finds When Medicare Chips in for Hepatitis C Treatment for Medicaid Patients, Everyone Wins
A Medicaid-Medicare partnership could cover lifesaving hepatitis C medications — and still save $1 to $1.1 billion over 25 yearsCategorized in
Life Expectancy Declines for Americans without a Four-Year College Degree
Even before the pandemic, adults with a bachelor’s degree were living approximately three years longer than adults without one, according to a USC-Princeton study.