APHO

AcronymDefinition
APHOAssociation of Public Health Observatories (Department of Health; UK)
APHOAsian Physics Olympiad
APHOAssociation de la Pharmacie Hospitalière de l'Ouest
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There has also been evidence of an emerging drinking culture among youngsters with a quarter of all schoolchildren questioned confessing to downing at least seven units over the previous week, according to APHO.
But, in Wirral, the figure is 1.7 teeth, according to the APHO.
The most recent data from the Association of Public Health Observatories (APHO) shows that in Stockton, incidences of malignant melanoma increased from 10.1 recorded cases per 100,000 people in 2010 to 11.2 in 2011.
Kwathiwa ke loo mntu ngumntu wegazi, Kwathiwa loo mntu yinkonyana yohlanga, Kwathiwa loo mntu makathotyelwe luluntu; Aze athi yen' athobele uQamata; Apho kuya kuvel' imithetho nezimiselo, Aya kuth' akuzigwenxa, kungalungelelani, Kube ziziphithiphithi nokuphambana koluntu, Ibe nguqulukubhode ukuphambana komhlaba.
Only children in Slovakia and London are worse off, the Indicators Of Child Health report by the Association of Public Health Observatories (APHO) has shown.
According to figures from the Association of Public Health Observatories (APHO), the average age for women has increased to as much as 81.2 (Stockton), while men can expect to live to 77.7 (Redcar and Cleveland).
Mna Zandile ndilelo langa namhla, Ninganxubi ibimide iminyaka yam nani, Ndifikile apho bendisiya namhla, Ekhay' eZulwini--eNkosini yam, Arrive alive!