Aging with grace: Huffington Center celebrates silver anniversary
The Huffington Center on Aging at Baylor College of Medicine marks its 25th anniversary this week with the annual Crystal Ball. Over the years, the center has made a significant impact on the aging population in Houston, the United States and across the world through its research, clinical and educational activities.
See the impact of the Huffington Center with our By the Numbers graphic.
Learn more about the center’s history, including the convergence of several visionaries who came together with a goal of helping the aging population and their hopes for the future.
Find out highlights from the center in the research, clinical and educational mission areas such as a program that allows doctors to visit their patients at home.
See the major milestones of the past 25 years on this timeline.
- Huffington Center’s Dr. Robert Roush gives tips on how to age well.
- Baylor’s medical terminology, anatomy and physiology course
- The aging brain and financial struggles
- Memory problems: Is it dementia or signs of normal aging?
-By Dipali Pathak and Andy Phifer
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