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This past spring, Touro College of Pharmacy implemented its Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention and Education Program (PDAPEP). Prompted by high rates of prescription drug abuse among teens in Staten Island, PDAPEP is part of New York Senator Charles Schumer’s initiative to combat prescription drug abuse. Along with pharmacy students of Long Island University and St. John’s University, TCoP students visit select Staten Island high schools to promote the dangers of prescription drug abuse.
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I had the privilege of volunteering at the Touro Fall Health Fair.
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TCOP students welcomed a group of sixty Harlem seniors for an informative day dedicated to health and wellness on April 27.
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During Harlem Week, I was in a practice experience rotation at Harlem Hospital – one of the sponsors of Harlem Week. 
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Monique Scott, a second-year pharmacy student at Touro’s College of Pharmacy (TCOP), stood in front of a whiteboard. Before her twenty-five seventh graders squirmed in their seats.
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It’s that time of year again where the good weather brings out good causes to walk for. For the second year in a row, the College of Pharmacy, led by our SNPhA organization, fundraised to support programs in our community that help moms have healthy, full-term pregnancies.
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This past Saturday, Pharmacists for Public Health (PPH) at the Touro College of Pharmacy (TCOP) teamed up with the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (TouroCOM)-Harlem to perform blood-pressure screenings and brown-bag medication reviews at the third annual Harlem Healthy Soul Festival hosted by the Apollo Theater. The festival, which offered live entertainment, informative exhibits, and presentations by celebrities, doctors and health experts including TouroCOM\'s own Dr. John M. Palmer and Dr. Jeff Gardere, offered families the opportunity to learn about resources that foster active and healthy lifestyles. 
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Why don’t people adhere to their medication regimens? Where’s the best place to store your medications? What are ways to ensure our loved ones remember to take their medications the right way, the right time?
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Almost 4,000 Ghanaians received treatment at a health fair organized by TCOP P4 Nana Asante over two days in March.
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This year’s Walmart/Sam’s Club Student National Pharmaceutical Association (SNPhA) National Diabetes Health Fair was a rousing success, as usual. Fourteen student volunteers from Touro College of Pharmacy, supervised by faculty preceptor Dr. Vinnie Dam, performed blood pressure screenings and medication therapy reviews for approximately 60 patients at the Sam’s Club in Secaucus, New Jersey. Dr. Marla Bowie and Dr. Deji Akinboye, two TCOP alumni (now practicing pharmacists) also joined to help proctor the event.