HHR

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AcronymDefinition
HHRHuman Health Risk
HHRHeritage High Roof (vehicle style)
HHRHeritage High Roof
HHRHells Headbangers Records (record label)
HHRHutchison Harbour Ring (Hong Kong)
HHRHome for Human Rights (est. 1977; Sri Lanka)
HHRHurricane Housing Recovery (Florida)
HHRHand-Held Radios
HHRHumeral Head Replacement (surgery)
HHRHalf Horizontal Resolution (digital television)
HHRHonda Humanoid Robot
HHRHarry/Hermione Relationship (Harry Potter fanfiction)
HHRHop-By-Hop Retransmission
HHRHand-Held Radar
HHRHankyu Hanshin's Restaurants (Japan)
HHRHealth and Human Relations
HHRHelios Hotels & Resorts (Greece)
HHRHawthorne California Municipal Airport (Jack Northrop Field; airport code)
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Its goals are ambitious--a background briefing note said: "The intention of this meeting will be to analyse the available scientific data in this area with a view of providing an updated description of potential human health risks related to BPA exposure.
This volume is a collection of 33 papers originally presented during the First International Conference on Disaster Management and Human Health Risk (Disaster Management 2009).
Shatkin has 19 years of experience in research and application of quantitative human health risk assessment for site redevelopment and remediation; drinking water and air quality, and environmental evaluations of emerging contaminants.
The testing also bolsters the conclusions reached by a human health risk assessment that there is a very low risk of human illness from the consumption of meat from animals exposed to the feed in question.
The environmental significance and human health risk that this represents is hotly debated, and the true risk may not be known for years.
GAO was asked to (1) identify the significant recommendations that have been made to improve human health risk assessment; (2) describe what EPA has done to modify its human health risk assessment process; (3) determine the effects these past modifications have had on the preparation of risk assessments; and (4) identify any additional actions experts believe EPA could take to improve its process, and the barriers it would face in doing so.
Researchers now are working to determine if triclocarban--which is toxic when ingested--can migrate from sludge into foods, creating a human health risk.
Separate studies on use of herbicides, environmental site assessment, barrel dump sites and wind and water movement are underway, while the final task involves study of human health risk.
To assess the human health risk associated with such rat bait, we first reviewed historic data on health hazards associated with Ratin, a rodenticide that was used in Europe until the early 1960s.
Bovine TB is a potential human health risk, though at present the dangers are considered to be small.
The EU also has completed a Draft Human Health Risk Assessment Report on deca-BDE, though it will not be issued until March, after some recent studies are evaluated.
23 statement that the genetically modified foods being offered in southern Africa are "not likely to present a human health risk.