With that in mind, this article has three objectives: 1) to introduce the basics of web (including Internet connectivity, hypertext, and uniform resource locators), 2) to highlight environmental health databases on the web (more specifically, to invite NEHA members to access my personal WWW home pages, which accesses a range of environmental health information), and 3) to discuss possible applications of the web for the environmental health profession.
What does EHDB stand for?
EHDB stands for Environmental Health Database (Florida Department of Health)
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- External Hard Drive
- Extra Hit Dice (Dungeons & Dragons gaming)
- Extreme Hedge Divers (gaming group)
- Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease Virus Serotype 1
- Edinburgh Human Developmental Anatomy (database; UK)
- Edmonton Highland Dancing Association (Canada)
- Elizabethton Housing and Development Agency (est. 1969; Elizabethton, TN)
- Exploration Hypothesis Development Award (Department of Defense)
- De Bilt, The Neterlands (METAR code)
- Employment History Database
- e-Health in Developing Countries
- East Hampshire District Council (UK)
- East Hants District Council (UK)
- East Hertfordshire District Council (UK)
- Electro-Hydraulic Depth Control
- EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) Hardened Dispersal Communications
- Extended Half Double Crochet (crocheting pattern)
- Electronic Head Down Display
- Enhanced Head Down Display
- Environment Hygiene and District Development (committee)
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However, environmental health databases accessed by modem are rapidly developing (5).