Monthly News Roundup – May 2021

Fellowships, upcoming projects, and one thing we’ve learned this year!

We’re excited to bring back our Monthly News Roundup. It’s been a while since our newsletter went on a hiatus, and during that time, the website changed its format from publishing weekly to featuring timely and relevant issues related to health and aging. We are excited and proud of our journey so far, and this new phase of our newsletter will inspire readers to make bold choices and enact change in their own lives!

We were very excited to speak at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center during National Minority Health Month 2021.

In 2019, we launched a new Q&A interview series, Five Questions With, that features conversations on longevity and healthy aging with international visionaries in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics). Topics range from assistive robots and brain health to aging and alcohol and the science of caregiving. Our goal is to empower people to take charge of their longevity by exploring what it means and will look like for them. Learn more about our workwho we are, and what we stand for.

Aging happens to all of us, and with all the advancements in the field of aging, it’s never too late to live a healthy lifestyle.

If you’d like to write for us, feel free to reach out at any time. As always, big thanks to our readers who have been and still are a part of our journey. We are nothing without our fans, partners, and supporters!

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