The Children's Health Environmental Coalition (CHEC) concurs, citing a raft of studies that show how children living in wood-burning households experience "higher rates of lung inflammation, breathing difficulties, pneumonia, and other respiratory diseases.
What does CHEC stand for?
CHEC stands for Children's Health Environmental Coalition
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We have 89 other meanings of CHEC in our Acronym Attic
- Centre des Hautes Études du Béton Armé et Précontraint (French: Center for Advanced Studies of Prestressed and Reinforced Concrete)
- Chemical Entities of Biological Interest (UK)
- Canadian Hospital Epidemiology Committee
- Canadian Hydrogen Energy Company
- Census Hiring and Employment Check (US Census Bureau)
- Central Hidroeléctrica de Caldas (Spanish: Caldas Hydroelectric Power; Caldas, Colombia)
- Centre des Hautes Études de la Construction (French: Center for Advanced Studies in Construction; est. 1957)
- Channel Evaluation & Calling
- Charging Hazard Event Controller
- Child Health Evaluation and Care (Medicaid)
- Christian Home Educators of Colorado
- Coffs Harbour Education Campus (Southern Cross University, Lismore NSW, Australia)
- Commonwealth Human Ecology Council (UK)
- Cornerstone Hydro Electric Concepts (Canada)
- Carolina Health and Environment Community Center (North Carolina)
- Choose an Effective City Council (Washington)
- Christian Home Educators of Central Carolina (North Carolina)
- Christian Home Educators of Cochise County (Arizona)
- Council of Higher Education Caving Clubs (UK)
- Christian Home Educators Confederation of Kansas (Topeka, KS)
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In accordance with its message and the author's wishes, a portion of all the proceeds for My Body My House will be donated to the nonprofit organization Children's Health Environmental Coalition.
But Karen Spector of the Los Angeles-based Children's Health Environmental Coalition (CHEC) says parents of young children usually look down.
According to Pamela Lundquist of the nonprofit Children's Health Environmental Coalition (CHEC), this black soot deposit "is primarily made up of elemental carbon, but may also contain phthalates and volatile organic compounds like benzene and toluene, which can cause cancer and neurological damage.
Groups such as the Children's Health Environmental Coalition offer plenty of tips on safer integrated pest management techniques to rid your home of pests (see www.