Aging

Focus On Business: Graham Rowles on KERI

Sep 26, 2016

Americans of the baby boom generation, the so-called “silver tsunami,” born between 1946 and `64, are now turning 65 at the rate of 10,000 per day and are entering what experts on aging refer to as The Third Age.” Today, Tom Martin discusses the implications with Graham Rowles (ROLLS), a professor in the Graduate Center for Gerontology in the University of Kentucky’s College of Public Health and director of the Kentucky Elder Readiness Initiative.​

UK Researchers Study Aging and Lower Back Pain

Jun 30, 2014
medicalxpress.com

The specific causes of lower back pain remain illusive.  Studies show eight in ten people experience back pain at some point in their lives.  A federally-funded University of Kentucky study is focusing on the mechanics of the back. Dr.  Babak Bazrgari is a biomedical engineer at UK.  He says age is a factor.  "We are seeing like as they get older, they perform activities like the way that they move their trunk is such that it impose a higher load on the spinal column," said Bazrgari.