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What does PHG stand for?
PHG stands for Public Health Goal
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We have 43 other meanings of PHG in our Acronym Attic
- Peeter Heynsgenootschap (Dutch: Peeter Heyns Society; Netherlands)
- Philadelphia Hardware Group Inc.
- Phoenix, Arizona Greyhound Station (Amtrak station code; Phoenix, AZ)
- Plumbing Heating Gas Services Ltd. (UK)
- Plymouth Housing Group (Seattle, Washington)
- Portal Hypertensive Gastropathy
- Predicate Hierarchy Graph
- Preferred Health Group (Franklin, TN)
- Preferred Hotel Group (Chicago, IL)
- Punjab Home Guards (India)
- N-Phthalamoyl-L-Glutamic Acid
- Parallel Hybrid Genetic Algorithm
- Peak Horizontal Ground Accelerations (earthquake measurement)
- Portland Highland Games Association (Scottish Highland music; Portland, OR)
- Palos Heights Garden Club (Illinois)
- Pastoralists and Hunter Gatherers Ethnic Minorities Network (Kenya)
- Public Health Genomics European Network
- Partially Hydrolyzed Guar Gum
- Prince Hall Grand Lodge
Samples in periodicals archive:
It contains public health goals in 42 areas, ranging from heart disease and cancer, to diabetes and immunizations.
Reducing the incidence of cervical cancer is a very important public health goal.
AoThe eradication of smallpox shows that with strong mutual resolve, teamwork and an international spirit of solidarity, ambitious global public health goals can be attained,Ao says Dr Chan.
To meet the public health goal of 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity activity would require 16,650 steps within that time period for someone 5 feet tall, compared with 14,100 steps for someone 6 feet tall--a difference of 2,550 steps.
Especially at a time when transportation, energy consumption and health care are dominating public debate, articulating the junctions between transportation policy and good health could open new avenues for a variety of public health goals, according to "At The Intersection of Public Health and Transportation: Promoting Healthy Transportation Policy.
Recommendations from the report focus on protecting preventing climate-related health dangers by ensuring the responsiveness and efficiency of the public health system, preventing climate-related disease as much as possible by reducing greenhouse gas emissions to levels required to avoid the most severe effects of climate change, and aligning desirable goals like reductions in greenhouse gasses with critical public health goals.
``That's why we're supposed to review our public health goal periodically for every drinking water contaminant.