CHHS

AcronymDefinition
CHHSChapel Hill High School (North Carolina)
CHHSCollege of Health and Human Sciences
CHHSColonial Heights High School (Colonial Heights, VA)
CHHSCenter for Health and Homeland Security
CHHSChino Hills High School (California)
CHHSColleyville Heritage High School (Colleyville, TX, USA)
CHHSCommunity Home Health Services (Fishers, IN)
CHHSCleveland Heights High School (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)
CHHSCape Henlopen High School (Lewes, Delaware)
CHHSCrescent Heights High School (Calgary, Alberta)
CHHSCamp Hill High School (Camp Hill, Pennsylvania)
CHHSCardinal Hayes High School (New York)
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Furthermore, the Good Schools Guide recognised CHHS as the top fully comprehensive nondenominational state secondary school in the north west and this year's A-level results saw one in ve of all students gaining three or more straight A*/As and half scooped three or more A*/A/Bs.
"We are on our own." Challenges facing child-headed households (chh): A case of Seke rural area in Zimbabwe: African journal of social work.
Over time, the CC has undergone several modifications with the incorporation of relevant information on child's health and was renamed the Child Health Handbook (CHH) (4).
The GSPH is a unit of the CHHS which was created in 1978 to consolidate health related programs.
More than a third of the adult population (36%) has measured dyslipidemia, a slight improvement from the 19861992 CHHS data (separate analyses by MJ) where 39% would have been classified with dyslipidemia using the same criteria, while no improvement is apparent if we include individuals taking lipid-modifying medication in the definition (CHMS: 45% vs.
Eleven contigs (contig10, 14, 16, 19, 26, 31, 32, 39, 47, 48, and CHH) from the MRT-SSH library were selected to be verified by RT-PCR.
Each participant's hearing was tested using an audiometer (Beltone Special Instruments 120 Audiometer; Glenview, Illinois) in a hearing test room located in Western Michigan University's (WMU's) College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) building.
Functional studies of crustacean hyperglycemic hormones (CHHs) of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus-the expression and release of CHH in eyestalk and pericardial organ in response to environmental stress.
Xenakis is a Senior Law and Policy Analyst at the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS).
Numerous studies have provided descriptive data on SBHCs (Brindis, Klein, et al., 2003; Center for Health and Health Care in Schools [CHHS], 2004), and the evidence is clear that SBHCs supplement health care is found in community settings (Brindis, Klein, et al.; CHHS; Crespo & Shaler, 2000).
Five days after he was born, in May 2003, bubbly Sam was diagnosed with Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CHHS).
Patients age 70 years or older entering CHHS through the emergency department are prioritized to be admitted to the ACE unit.