AAFA

AcronymDefinition
AAFAAsthma and Allergy Foundation of America
AAFAAmerican Apparel & Footwear Association (Arlington, VA)
AAFAAmerican Association of Finance and Accounting
AAFAAplastic Anemia Foundation of America
AAFAArmy Aviation Flight Activity
AAFAAntique Americana Folk Art (eBay seller)
AAFAAmerican Alligator Farmers Association
References in periodicals archive ?
government," AAFA CEO Rick Helfenbein said in a statement.
FLA and AAFA recommended that the government use the Arbitration Council to solve work-related disputes and make the union registration system simpler and transparent by publishing complete and current statistics of union registration and its status.
While allergic reactions from mold spores can occur at any time of the year, the AAFA notes that allergic symptoms from fungi like mold are most common between July and early fall.
According to the DTI statement, Lopez encouraged AAFA member companies, which include Tellas Ltd.
According to information from AAFA, there is no cure for asthma and allergies, but many deaths are preventable with proper treatment and care.
In 2006, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) developed a program to analyze the effectiveness of household products for those with asthma and allergies.
"It's important to work with your health-care providers to recognise the elements that trigger your allergies and determine the best treatments to enjoy your life unencumbered by seasonal nasal allergies," says Cary Sennett, President and CEO of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) in its 2016 Spring Allergy Capitals Report.
The three religious characters, representative of others, are Baba Soye Farewell to a Cannibal Rage (Farewell), Pastor Suuru (Midnight Hotel) and Aafa (Four Robbers).
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) this year announced results from a five-state survey revealing that sufferers rely on--and demand access to--medicines with PSE.
Swiffer Dry Dusters and Sweepers, Unscented, have been certified asthma and allergy friendly by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), the leading national nonprofit organization fighting asthma and allergic diseases.
It's the most desirable tuna for canning, and a stunning 80 percent of our tuna goes overseas to be processed, says Natalie Webster, director of operations for the American Albacore Fishing Association (AAFA), near San Diego.