ACSHAmerican Council on Science and Health, Inc.
ACSHAvionic and Control System Hardware
ACSHAlaska Communications Systems Holdings, Inc. (Anchorage, AK)
ACSHAmbulatory Care Sensitive Hospitalization
ACSHAnnapurna Center for Self Healing (Port Townsend, WA)
ACSHAdvisory Committee on Safety an Health at Work (EU)
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Additionally, in a July dispatch, the ACSH questioned the marketing of Truvia, a new sweetener on the market that the ACSH determined to be safe, as a "natural" sweetener.
The ACSH indicator has contributed usefully to knowledge about the accessibility and overall performance of primary health care (Weissman, Gatsonis, and Epstein 1992; Billings et al.
Steve Milloy's chapter in the ACSH book tells the story.
The safety of food irradiation has been studied more extensively than any other food preservation or safety method, including canning, freezing, dehydration and the use of chemical additives," says Ruth Kava, director of nutrition at ACSH.
Much of the concern about the health effects of chemicals stems from the overly broad application of the now-repealed Delaney clause to the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, says ACSH.
The main difference," notes Ruth Kava, ACSH director of nutrition, "is that the modern processes are much more specific.
Elizabeth Whelan, is perhaps the most prominent GCN ally (though they don't agree on smoking, which ACSH opposes).
Surprise: The ACSH is funded by the plastics industry A pro-phthalate message was even posted on former US Surgeon General Everett Koop's website [drkoop.
According to The Wall Street Journal, ACSH receives about ten percent of its funding from pesticide producers like Uniroyal (which makes Alar).
In response to the growing level of chemophobia - the irrational fear of chemicals - among the American public, ACSH compiled this resource book to educate legislators, industry, media, consumers and parents on the actual risks of chemical exposure and use in everyday products.