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Some Things Are More Important Than Party Loyalty

Touro in the News
September 28, 2016

Political science Chair Dr. David Luchins --a senior staff member for Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan and an aid to Vice President Hubert Humphrey--on politicians who crossed party lines and why. 

Newsweek

Five Tips for College Freshmen

Touro in the News
August 08, 2016

As students gear up for freshmen year, Touro President Dr. Alan Kadish offers his suggestions for achieving success.

The Huffington Post

Genetic Marker Helps Explain Opioid Sensitivity

Touro in the News
July 25, 2016

Touro College of Pharmacy professors Dr. Priyank Kumar, Dr. Zvi Loewy and Dr. Maureen Sullivan conducted a review to determine why patients react differently to the same doses of opiods.

Practical Pain Management

Westchester Gets First New Dental School in Nearly 50 Years

Touro in the News
July 12, 2016

For the first time in nearly half a century, Westchester will be home to a brand new dental school, the Touro College of Dental Medicine.

Westchester Today

Fair Lawn Man’s Invention May Help Millions of Diabetics

Touro in the News
July 11, 2016

Professor Zvi Loewy, who heads the Department of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences at the Touro College of Pharmacy, invented the first “all in one” system to help diabetics measure glucose levels.

The Bergen Record

Why Are Doctors Prescribing Antidepressants To People Who Aren’t Even Depressed?

Touro in the News
May 27, 2016

Dr. Niket Sonpal, assistant clinical professor at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harlem, says that even if antidepressants are overprescribed, the drugs can still be beneficial for several other conditions.

Men's Health

African-American women have less accurate mammograms

Touro in the News
May 27, 2016

Touro College School of Health Sciences professor Dr. Joseph Indelicato presented a study at the Touro College Research Day suggesting that mammography is more likely to miss breast cancer tumors and also produce false positive results among the black community.

Amsterdam News

To Serve and Protect

Touro in the News
May 23, 2016

Lander College of Arts & Sciences-Flatbush alumnus Ira Jablonsky, a police lieutenant in Brooklyn, was named to the annual "36 Under 36," the Jewish Week's presitigious list of the Jewish community's most promising young leaders.

 

The Jewish Week

Unique Program Helps Medical Students Build Nonverbal Communication Skills

Touro in the News
May 10, 2016

With the help of some equestrian friends, students at the Middletown campus of the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine are learning to use non-verbal cues to better communicate with patients.

The DO

Local Team Makes Strong Showing in Model Beis Din Competition

Touro in the News
May 04, 2016

The Philadelphia paper covered the second-place finish of the team of students representing the Mesivta High School of Greater Philadelphia in the annual Lander College for Men Model Beis Din competition. 

The Jewish Exponent

Social Work Student Role Model: Alina Kheyson

Touro in the News
May 01, 2016

Touro College Graduate School of Social Work student Alina Kheyson earned a certificate in nonprofit management, fundraising and grant writing at New York University’s School of Continuing Education.

The New Social Worker

10 Signs You Could Have Anemia

Touro in the News
April 19, 2016

Dr. Niket Sonpal, assistant professor of clinical medicine in the department of biomedical sciences at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harlem, says that you may not even realize you're suffering from anemia. 

Self Magazine

April is Autism Awareness Month: Get the Facts

Touro in the News
April 19, 2016

Touro President and CEO Dr. Alan Kadish highlights the importance of support for research, early intervention, timely diagnosis and appropriate treatment for different forms of Autism.

Fox News Health

From Text to Treatise

Touro in the News
April 15, 2016

Professor Ronald Neal Goldman discusses some of the emerging challenges in teaching writing to the modern-day students who have grown up in the digital age. 

 
Inside Higher Ed

Social workers help tackle homelessness

Touro in the News
April 04, 2016

Once again, students, staff and faculy from the Touro College Graduate School of Social Work volunteered to take part in the HOPE Survey, the annual federal count of the homeless to help the government get a better picture of the nation’s homeless population.

NASW News

Keeping Kids Safe: Personal Safety Education in Schools

Touro in the News
April 01, 2016

Dr. Shani Zoldan-Verschleiser, an alumna of the Touro College Graduate School of Social Work, is the founder of the Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program.

The New Social Worker

2+2 Curriculum Ensures Broad Patient Care Experience

Touro in the News
March 07, 2016

The 2+2 curriculum at the Touro College of Pharmacy in Harlem is paying big dividends for students and their future employers.

ASHP Intersections

‘A heart for reaching out’: Meet DOs and students working to reduce minority health disparities

Touro in the News
February 25, 2016

Students at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in Harlem are working hard to provide minorities with the proper health care they need but are often unable to procure because of economic factors.

http://thedo.osteopathic.org/2016/02/a-heart-for-reaching-out-meet-dos-and-students-working-to-reduce-minority-health-disparities/

Touro College of Pharmacy

Touro in the News
February 25, 2016

An interview with Henry Cohen, the new dean of the Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP), who discusses TCOP's innovative curriculum and outlines his vision for the school.

Pharmacy Times

10 Cold and Flu Myths Debunked

Touro in the News
December 15, 2015

Can a cold turn into the flu? Does it help to cover your mouth when you cough? Right on time for cold season, Dr. Kenneth J. Steier, dean of the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine Middletown campus, addresses these and other common questions and assumptions. 

U.S. News & World Report