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a kind of rat bred as a genetic model for research on obesity and hypertension.

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  • it doesn’t mean that you need to be available all night long. you need to establish with your colleagues what they should expect from you, zucker says. “if you are replying to email at 10 p.m. or midnight, you are developing the expectation that you’re available at that time,” she says. everydayhealth.com

  • zucker and his brother jerry make quite the comedy team. they are partners in zucker brothers productions and are known for their spoof comedies such as airplane! (1980) and the naked gun series: naked gun: from the files of police squad (1988), naked gun 2-1/2: the smell of fear (1991), and naked gun 33-1/3: the final insult (1994). the brothers had a hand in writing, directing or producing these popular spoofs. on his own, david co-wrote and produced high school high (1996) and produced santa claus conquers the martians (2000). factmonster.com

  • zucker and his brother jerry make quite the comedy team. they are partners in zucker brothers productions and are known for their spoof comedies such as airplane! (1980) and the naked gun series: naked gun: from the files of police squad (1988), naked gun 2-1/2: the smell of fear (1991), and naked gun 33-1/3: the final insult (1994). the brothers had a hand in writing, directing or producing these popular spoofs. on his own, david co-wrote and produced high school high (1996) and produced santa claus conquers the martians (2000). infoplease.com

  • dr. scott krakower is a teen drug abuse counselor at zucker hillside hospital in glen oaks, n.y. he said numerous studies have found that syringe services programs "reduce the risk of infections, such as hepatitis, and often provide additional services and programs to help prevent substance abuse and sexually transmitted diseases." medicinenet.com

  • in an april 8 medpage today article, mark zucker, md, asked the question as to why there is differential susceptibility to covid-19 infection. in other words, why do some people become severely ill while others are asymptomatic? he raised the issue of possible genetic determinants in susceptibility and response to the coronavirus. medpagetoday.com