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|2013-14 Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge Winner Sha Yao in the News|
Sha Yao won the inaugural Design Challenge with Eatwell, an assistive tableware set designed specially for patients with cognitive impairments such as Alzheimer's Disease — and her design is generating buzz in the media.
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|Stanford's DCI Fellows Chart New Pathways|
In partnership with the Stanford Center on Longevity, the Stanford Distinguished Careers Institute's yearlong program utilizes the wealth of innovation and knowledge at Stanford to create new and enriching professional and personal pathways for the next stage of life. In a recent article in Stanford Report, the first cohort of fellows reflect on their experiences in this new program.
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|"Paths to Healthy Aging"|
Geriatrician and Center Affiliate Mehrdad Ayati, with his wife Arezou (Hope) Azarani, offer insights about what Americans can learn from more traditional societies in the world related to treatment of older people.
Read a review of the book >
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