On Aug. 27, at USC’s Health Sciences Campus, 314 Trojan occupational therapy graduate students from both the Master’s class of 2022 and the class of 2023 donned their white coats during the USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational … Read More »
Already at crisis levels before the arrival of COVID-19, homelessness in Los Angeles County now affects more than 66,000 people. The vast majority of them never see a doctor, even when they have serious health issues – last year, more … Read More »
Study: Environmental pollution may contribute to racial and ethnic disparities in Alzheimer’s disease risk
For decades, research has shown the risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease in the United States is dramatically higher among African American populations than in non-Hispanic white populations. Scientists have suspected a variety of contributing factors, but the underlying reasons have … Read More »
As students moved to campus for the start of classes, nearly 27,000 passed through USC Student Health’s “pop testing” sites at Jefferson Lot, Pardee Marks, Pappas Quad and the Eric Cohen Health Center.
To fulfill the Trojan Check requirements for weekly … Read More »