A study just published in Environmental Health Perspectives finds a significant relationship between mice exposed to BPA during pregnancy and pre-diabetes.
What does EHP stand for?
EHP stands for Environmental Health Perspectives (journal)
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We have 134 other meanings of EHP in our Acronym Attic
- Electron-Hole Potential method
- Electronic Health Plans, Inc.
- Emekci Hareket Partisi (Workers' Movement Party)
- Employee Health Program
- Employee Health Programs, Inc.
- Endriss, Hinterwimmer and Repp
- Engineering Heritage Plaque (Australia)
- Enhanced High Performance
- Enriched Housing Program (New York)
- Entity Handover Protocol
- Environmental Health Practitioner
- Environmental Health Program
- Environmental Health Project
- Environmental/Historic Preservation
- Essential Health Care Package
- Európsky Hospodársky Priestor (Slovak: European Economic Area)
- Explosive Hazard Pre-Detonation (US Army)
- Extended High Power
- Earned Home Payments Account
- East Harbor Planning Area (Florida)
Samples in periodicals archive:
441, the researchers report in the August Environmental Health Perspectives.
Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) is like one of the lighthouses that dot the North Carolina coast; the journal acts as a beacon warning people of potential environmental dangers and, at the same time, welcomes people whose goal is to improve global health.
In 1998, Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) began "Grand Rounds in Environmental Medicine" as a regular feature (Hu 1998; Hu and Woolf 2003).
A study of 162 Northern California children ranging from 0 to 14 years, published in the September 2002 Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP), found that "exposure to household pesticides is associated with an elevated risk of childhood leukemia," according to authors Xiaomei Ma et al.
The new work also found that Libby residents exposed to asbestos in the military had an elevated risk for having at least one of the three diseases, the researchers report in an upcoming Environmental Health Perspectives.
In 1992 Olden took a critical step toward facilitating translation of research findings into applications by converting the institute's journal Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) into a monthly publication and expanding its scope to include environmental news coverage.
3, 2003 Study Published Today in Environmental Health Perspectives Finds Legal Use in Asia May Also Be Quite Harmful Some Chinese-made mosquito coils purchased in the U.