AHF

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AcronymDefinition
AHFAIDS Healthcare Foundation (Los Angeles, CA)
AHFAntihemophilic Factor
AHFAllan Hancock Foundation (University of Southern California)
AHFAmerican Health Foundation
AHFAcute Heart Failure
AHFAmerican Honda Foundation (American Honda Motor Co., Inc.)
AHFAmerican Himalayan Foundation (San Francisco, CA)
AHFAnhydrous Hydrogen Fluoride (chemistry)
AHFArgentine Hemorrhagic Fever
AHFAl-Haramain Foundation (Saudi Arabia)
AHFAmerican Hi-Fi
AHFActive Harmonic Filter
AHFAssociation for Historical Fencing
AHFAmerican Homeowners Foundation
AHFAutomotive Hall of Fame
AHFAttribute Hiding Factor
AHFAssociation Hémochromatose France
AHFArbeitskreis für Hausforschung (German)
AHFAssociation Huntington France (Huntington's disease research group)
AHFAmélioration de l'Habitat Français (French: French Housing Improvement)
AHFAdaptive High Frequency
AHFAdvanced Hadron Facility
AHFAlternating Hemiplegia Foundation (Association Française de l'Hémiplégie Alternante)
AHFAstronaut Hall of Fame
AHFAngus Heritage Foundation
AHFArmy Historical Foundation, Inc.
AHFAlaska Health Fair, Inc.
AHFAmerican Hobby Federation
AHFAnterior Hyaloid Face (ophthalmology)
AHFApproximate Hartree-Fock Method
AHFArbeitsgemeinschaft Außeruniversitärer Historischer Forschungseinrichtungen in der BRD eV (German: working group of non-university historical research establishments in the FRG)
AHFArnwine's Home Furnishings
AHFAssociation of Hungarian Foundries (Hungary)
AHFAerated Home Furnishings Ltd.
AHFAssociation Hippique de Fluquieres (French equine association)
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John Weisburger of the American Health Foundation, "Tea is an effective anti-oxidant that protects the arterial system."
Weisburger, an organic chemist and director emeritus of the American Health Foundation in Valhalla, N.Y., knows exactly why his own meat sauce works.
John Weisburger of the American Health Foundation, who recently chaired the Second International Scientific Symposium on Tea and Human Health in Washington (the first symposium was held seven years ago in 1991).
"I probably even owe my life to coffee, because it kept me alert during World War II," confesses cancer researcher John Weisburger of the American Health Foundation. like millions of others, Weisburger doesn't drink regular coffee in the afternoon.
Now, a study in rats shows that a recently developed anti-inflammatory drug, celecoxib, thwarts COX-2 but not COX-1, say scientists at the American Health Foundation, a nonprofit cancer research center in Valhalla, N.Y.
The American Health Foundation is using rats to examine two aspects of colon cancer.
"By tradition, people in the Orient prefer green tea or oolong tea," explains John Weisburger, director emeritus of the American Health Foundation in Valhalla, New York.
"Finnish women have one of the highest consumptions of fat in the world," says David Rose, a cancer researcher at the American Health Foundation in Valhalla, New York.
In an overview lecture, John Weisburger, director emeritus of the American Health Foundation, stated a universal finding that a regular intake of vegetables and fruits along with the consumption of coffee and green tea reduces the risk of cancer in humans.
"There must be another factor initially damaging the cervical DNA," says Bogdan Prokopczyk of the American Health Foundation in Valhalla, N.Y.
"Unlike in humans, metastasis in rats or mice is relatively rare," says Leonard Cohen of the American Health Foundation (AHF) in New York.
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