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  • goodchild is not unfair to jones’s book or career. he acknowledges accolades from oxford historians a.j.p. taylor and michael howard, as well as criticism from fellow scientist solly zuckerman and author christie campbell, who concluded after reviewing jones’s work on the wartime “v-weapons” campaign, that jones “was not as indispensable as he thought he was.” (576) and he carefully points out that “this book, while critiquing most secret war, is not entirely critical of jones and his work. in many instances, jones’s contributory war effort was exemplary, and credit is emphasized where due.” (xxix) cia.gov

  • take walks around your block, and avoid mindless eating. but this is not the time to start an entirely new exercise routine or novel healthy eating plan, zuckerman insists. “during times of trauma you shouldn’t introduce things that have a big learning curve, because it just feels more overwhelming,” she says. everydayhealth.com

  • his flood of late novels, which frequently portray american life in the last decades of the 20th cent. with a mixture of comedy and savagery, were often imaginative amalgams of autobiography and fiction. several of roth's later fictional works, notably the human stain, the dying animal (2001), everyman (2006), exit ghost (2007, with an elderly, mentally and sexually diminished zuckerman), and the humbling (2009), treat end-of-life themes—remembrance and regret, the last sparks of sexual desire, the ills and sorrows of the failing body and mind, and mortality. roth was awarded the man booker international prize in 2011. factmonster.com

  • dr. zuckerman: in fact – alan zuckerman – pki actually extends the flexibility in the process considerably over where it is today because of all the information about the prescriber that is on the certificate that either physically travels with the signature or is readily available from a separate source, as was pointed out in the first session yesterday. hhs.gov

  • his flood of late novels, which frequently portray american life in the last decades of the 20th cent. with a mixture of comedy and savagery, were often imaginative amalgams of autobiography and fiction. several of roth's later fictional works, notably the human stain, the dying animal (2001), everyman (2006), exit ghost (2007, with an elderly, mentally and sexually diminished zuckerman), and the humbling (2009), treat end-of-life themes—remembrance and regret, the last sparks of sexual desire, the ills and sorrows of the failing body and mind, and mortality. roth was awarded the man booker international prize in 2011. infoplease.com

  • but critics of both types of implants argue that not enough research has been done to assess the risks. diana zuckerman, ph.d., executive director of the national center for policy research for women and families in washington, d.c., hopes to see long-term studies of several thousands of women to determine any risks conclusively. zuckerman cites one 1997 study from washington university's school of medicine that found the incidence of infection from breast implants was significant and that more research was warranted. the fda panel agreed, recommending more long-term studies on women who have had breast implants, as well as testing to see why implants leak or rupture and need to be replaced. medicinenet.com

  • diana zuckerman, phd, disclosed that her organization, the national center for health research, was paid by a law firm to spend less than an hour providing additional information about the center's essure survey. the center was also paid by bayer for a deposition during which attorneys requested more extensive data from the same survey. zuckerman said she has no financial ties or “close relationships” with any plaintiffs in essure lawsuits, noting that “those that are happy with essure or tubal ligation as well as those that had negative experiences with either, will have input into the pcori study.” medpagetoday.com

  • the writing group wishes to thank the following for their contributions to the summit planning, rich in‐person discussion and review of this report: michael h. barbouche; barbara a. bowman, phd; william j. bryant, jd, llm; gregory l burke, md, msc, faha; beth croll, cmp; j. michael gaziano, md, mph; meighan girgus vafa, mba; sarah m. greene, mph; joseph a. hill, md, phd, faha; pat hinton; mark a. hlatky, md, faha; yosef khan, md, mph, phd, mace; maria kontaridis, phd; michael levy, msc, mba; joanne odenkirchen, mph; jeffrey olgin, md; sudip s. parikh, phd; mitesh s. patel, md, mba, ms; rose marie robertson, md, faha; wayne d. rosamond, phd, ms, faha; john j. ryan, m.d., faha; jeffrey l. saver, md, faha; laura m. sol; selena smith; jennifer e. van eyk, phd, faha; gayle r. whitman, phd, rn, faha; bram zuckerman, md. nih.gov