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California announced this year an ambitious new plan amid the pandemic for the state’s aging population; we’ll speak with the woman tasked with getting it to work about what it is and how we can all benefit. Plus, advancements in the fight against Alzheimer’s Disease and the intersection of diet and aging.

Today’s Guests

  • California Department of Aging Director Kim McCoy Wade talks about the state’s Master Plan for Aging 
  • Health journalist Hallie Levine discusses her recent article in AARP Magazine about some scientific breakthroughs for treating Alzheimer’s Disease
  • USC Master of Science Nutrition, Healthspan and Longevity Associate Professor, Registered Dietitian and Director Cary Kreutzer on the intersection of diet and aging, and what we should and shouldn’t be eating
  • UC Davis Health Professor and The Gerontological Society of America President Terri Harvath explains what the organization plans to focus on now and in the post-pandemic years

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