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15th Annual National Student Pharmacist P&T Competition The 2015 P&T Competition attracted a record 55 groups from AMCP Pupil Pharmacist Chapters nationwide. The four-member teams worked through a case study involving a medication product dossier based on the AMCP File format for Formulary Submissions. Using the obtainable evidence, the teams at the neighborhood level presented their recommendations for formulary placement to a panel of judges representing a P&T committee. The winning group from each school advanced to the semifinals, where eight finalists were selected to compete at AMCP’s Annual Meeting & Expo.An interview with Dr Matt SilverResearch identifies liver pathway that plays a part in negative effects of high-fat, high-cholesterol processed foods dietExpectant mothers motivated to consume balanced diet to reduce obesity risk in unborn child However, discovering that African-American college students are consuming more soda when it is available at school was unexpected, Terry-McElrath added. This may be due to much less availability of soda at home or because these students are more likely to buy soda at school if it is available there, she said. Getting rid of soft drinks from the institution environment may be beneficial, Terry-McElrath said. Colleges [are] either area of the problem or part of the option and eliminating all sugar-sweetened beverages supports a healthy learning environment and development of healthy practices.