FHH

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AcronymDefinition
FHHFamilial Hypocalciuric Hypercalcemia (aka Familial Benign Hypercalcemia)
FHHFondation de la Haute Horlogerie (French; Swiss watch foundation)
FHHFemale-Headed Household
FHHFederal Hill House (Providence, RI)
FHHFranz Hitze Haus (German: Franz Hitze House; Catholic academy)
FHHFreie Hansestadt Hamburg (German)
FHHFetal Heart Heard
FHHFirehouse Hose
FHHFinancial Health Hazard
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The doctor will take a medical history and a family health history. The doctor will also consider the patient's current medications and any problems with drug dependence and substance abuse.
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Awareness of family health history as a risk factor for disease--United States, 2004.
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