Fem 2.0 Blog Radio, June 22, 2010. In this episode, Dr. Diana Zuckerman, NCHR President, discusses the impact of plastic surgery on entertainment, and the double standards for male and female performers in regards to appearance.Read More »
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‘Female Viagra’ Results Don’t Excite
Rodale, June 2010. The wonder pink pill that was supposed to do for women what Viagra has done for men…well…”It doesn’t work,” says Diana Zuckerman, PhD, president of the National Center for Health Research.Read More »
Is There a Youth Violence Epidemic?
Youth Today, November 1999 – November 2004. Berkeley professor Franklin Zimring concludes that youth crime is not increasing, and that punitive public policies are based on fears rather than facts.Read More »
Diana Zuckerman on CNN Tonight
CNN Tonight, December 18, 2009. The head of President Obama’s Food and Drug Administration urged a no vote on a drug imports bill proposed by North Dakota Senate Democrat Byron Dorgan.Read More »
FDA Reports Political Pressure Over Implant: Approved Knee Device Will Be Reviewed
The Washington Post, September 25, 2009. The Food and Drug Administration said Thursday that it is reevaluating its approval of a knee-surgery device after a highly unusual internal review found that federal regulators may have been swayed by political pressure.Read More »