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Touro Law’s Jewish Law Institute Launches Student Scholars Program

April 29, 2015
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Central Islip, N.Y. – Touro Law Center Dean Patricia Salkin is pleased to announce the Jewish Law Institute Student Scholars Program, providing unique opportunities for promising students with a strong interest in Jewish law. 

Doctors' Gender a Factor in Low Back Pain Treatment Choices

April 28, 2015
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Male doctors treat low back pain differently than female doctors do—and neither gender follows recommended guidelines for treating this common and costly health problem, according to new findings presented here at a poster session at Touro College Research Day. Organized by the Touro Research Collaborative, Touro College Research Day is being held from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 28, at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Touro College of Pharmacy campus at 230 West 125th Street in Harlem

Not Too High, Not Too Low May Be Just Right for Sales Pitch

April 28, 2015
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Ads featuring high-pitched voiceovers tend to turn off potential buyers, according to new research presented here in a poster session at Touro College Research Day. Organized by the Touro Research Collaborative, Touro College Research Day is being held from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 28, at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Touro College of Pharmacy campus at 230 West 125th Street in Harlem. 

'Repurposing' Adult Drugs for Kids Usually Evidence- Based

April 28, 2015
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Drugs approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treating adults are frequently prescribed for different indications in children, but a poster being presented at Touro College Research Day shows that most of the time there's scientific evidence supporting this medication “repurposing.”

Simplified Physical Therapy Regimen for Parkinson's Boosts Patients' Walking Speed

April 28, 2015
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Effective exercise-based treatments for Parkinson's disease can be intensively structured, time-consuming and difficult to implement, but research presented here at Touro College Research Day shows a multi-modal therapeutic approach that can make a big difference for patients.

Small Fix Could Yield Big Benefits by Reducing Falls in Hospitalized Seniors

April 28, 2015
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A simple change to a hospital's drug ordering system reduces the risk that older people will receive dangerously high doses of medication, according to a poster presented here at Touro College Research Day.

Trendy Vocal Quirk Common in Speech of Both Younger and Older Women

April 28, 2015
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Celebrities like the Kardashians are known for using “glottal fry” when they talk, but new research presented here at a poster session at Touro College Research Day shows the vocal affectation is common among non-famous women, too. Touro College Research Day, organized by the Touro Research Collaborative, is being held from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 28, at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine and the Touro College of Pharmacy campus at 230 West 125th Street in Harlem. 

Touro College Affiliates with Hebrew Theological College, Appoints Chief Academic Officer

April 28, 2015
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New York, N.Y. — Rabbi Dr. Zev Eleff has been appointed Chief Academic Officer of the Hebrew Theological College (HTC), soon to be affiliated with the Touro College and University System. The Higher Learning Commission has approved this partnership and the affiliation will be complete at the end of June, Touro and HTC announced today.

'Fun and Games' After School Boost Autistic Kids' Motor Skills

April 27, 2015
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An after-school program for children with autism featuring activities ranging from golf to yoga to indoor surfing significantly improves their motor skills, according to a new pilot study presented in a poster session at Touro College Research Day.

Brains of HIV-Positive Elders Have Less Alzheimer's-Linked Damage

April 27, 2015
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Elderly people with HIV/AIDS have fewer lesions of Alzheimer's disease in their brains than their HIV-negative peers, new findings presented here at Touro College Research Day show.