Landrigan Luca Lambertini Children's Environmental Health Center Mount Sinai School of Medicine New York, New York E-mail: phil.
What does EHC stand for?
EHC stands for Environmental Health Center (NSC)
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- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 92 other meanings of EHC in our Acronym Attic
- Elmhurst Hospital Center (New York City)
- Élysées Hotel Consultant (French: Elysees Hotel Consultant; Paris, France)
- Emergency Health Centre (various locations)
- Emergency Hormonal Contraceptive
- Emergency Housing Consortium (San Jose, California)
- Emirates Heritage Club (United Arab Emirates)
- Emo Hate Club
- Emory and Henry College
- Enterprise Hybrid Cloud (software)
- Environmental Handling Charge
- Environmental Health Committee (Canada)
- Environmental Health Criteria
- Environmental Home Center
- Episcopal Health Charities
- Equine Health Care (various locations)
- Escalator Handrail Company (Canada)
- Éthique Hommes Compétences (French: Male Ethical Skills; personnel management)
- Evanston History Center (Evanston, IL)
- Every Home for Christ (Colorado Springs, CO)
- Exception Handler Change
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sinai Children's Environmental Health Center BRITA BELLI is editor of E.
Paul Novack at Environmental Construction Outfitters and Carolyn Gorman at the Environmental Health Center in Dallas, Texas, provided advice on how to create a nontoxic atmosphere.
That's the word from Diana Settles, program manager for injury prevention and physical fitness for the Navy Environmental Health Center.
Kimberly Yolton, a researcher at the Cincinnati Children's Environmental Health Center and the study's main author, examined 225 children and preteens who were exposed to at least five cigarettes a day.
Researchers at the Mount Sinai Children's Environmental Health Center have discovered a link between prenatal exposure to organophosphate pesticides from indoor pest control application, and a significant decrease in the head circumference of the infants at birth.
The program received additional support and gained more momentum in 2001 when Fantano joined forces with Lori Tubbs, a registered dietitian and public health educator with the Navy Environmental Health Center (NEHC).