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WCHWomen's and Children's Hospital (Adelaide, Australia)
WCHWomen's College Hospital (Canada)
WCHWinnetka Community House (Illinois)
WCHWomen's and Children's Health
WCHWhite Coat Hypertension
WCHWorking Class Hero
WCHWashington Court House (Ohio)
WCHWood County Hospital (Bowling Green, OH)
WCHWichita Children's Home (est. 1888; Kansas)
WCHWyeth Consumer Healthcare (Pfizer)
WCHWales Centre for Health (UK; also seen as WCfH)
WCHWashington County Hospital (various locations)
WCHWooster Community Hospital (Ohio)
WCHWorld Congress of Herpetology
WCHWestern-Cullen-Hayes (Chicago, IL)
WCHWashington Closure Hanford, LLC (Richland, WA)
WCHWyoming Coalition for the Homeless
WCHWorcester Community Housing (UK)
WCHWomens and Childrens Hospital
WCHWestern College Hockey (blog)
WCHWheaton Community Hospital (Minnesota)
WCHWetzel County Hospital (New Martinsville, WV)
WCHWohnungsbaugenossenschaft Chemnitz-Helbersdorf (German real estate company)
WCHWater Chemistry
WCHWickenburg Community Hospital (Arizona)
WCHWilson Central High School (also seen as WCHS; Lebanon, TN)
WCHWomen and Children's Horizons (Kenosha, WI)
WCHWisconsin County Histories (Wisconsin Historical Society)
WCHWestport Coffee House (Kansas City, MO)
WCHWe Create Headstarts Training Solutions (New Delhi, India)
WCHWooden Cross Hardware (est. 2008)
WCHWelsh Centre for Health
WCHWine Country Helicopters (California)
WCHWeb Concert Hall (website)
WCHWasatch County Hospital (Heber City, UT)
WCHWall-Mountable Closet Housings
WCHWheel Chair Height
WCHWomen's Club of Hollywood (California)
WCHWonnarua Culture Heritage (Australia)
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Director Area IV--Angela Eppler, Wyeth Consumer Healthcare.
Wyeth Consumer Healthcare, Madison, NJ, has unveiled Centrum Cardio, a complete multivitamin specially formulated to promote heart health by lowering cholesterol.
For example, last month Wyeth Consumer Healthcare unveiled a new adult multivitamin line that offers gender-specific alternatives.
While Pfizer and Wyeth executives focus on the merger's impact on the companies' prescription drug and vaccine businesses, the sheer size of Wyeth Consumer Healthcare makes it a force to be reckoned with.
The 2006 board includes: Amy Wyatt (Aveda Corp.), president; Guy Padulo (Kobo Products, Inc.), vice president; Linda Rhein, Ph.D (L'Oreal USA), vice president-elect, John Wagner (Schering-Plough Health Care), treasurer; Nick Morante (Nick Morante Consultants), secretary; Carla Emmons (GE Advanced Materials-Silicones), director, Area I; Anna Gripp (DSM Nutritional Products, Inc.), director, Area I; Christopher Heisig, Ph.D (Steris Corp.), director, Area II; Jim Vlasic (Greenway Research Lab), director, Area II; Dawn Burke-Colvin (Mary Kay, Inc.), director, Area III; Guy Langer (DD Chemco), director, Area III; Gary Agisim (Wyeth Consumer Healthcare), director, Area IV; Sandy Porter (Clariant Corp.), director, Area IV.
Wyeth Consumer Healthcare, Madison, NJ, is the lead financial supporter of the project, along with BASF Corporation, Florham Park, NJ, and DSM Nutritional Products, Inc., Parsippany, NJ.
last summer, the company said the brand fit Wyeth Consumer Healthcare's strategy of accelerating sales through innovation and organic geographic growth.
Wyeth Consumer Healthcare offers Centrum Kids, a chewable multivitamin recommended for children 2 and up and available in three flavors: cherry, orange and fruit punch.
(Steris Corp.), director, Area II; Jim Vlasic (Greenway Research Lab), director, Area II; Deborah Pierce (California Tan), director, Area III; Dawn Burke-Colvin (Mary Kay), director, Area III; Gary Agisim (Wyeth Consumer Healthcare), director, Area IV and Sandy Porter (Clariant), director, Area IV.
Wyeth Consumer Healthcare, Madison, NJ, has launched its new multivitamin, Centrum[R] Carb Assist, which includes high levels of select nutrients to help the body utilize carbohydrates, fats and proteins, while providing vitamin and mineral support for those who have cut back on their carbohydrate intake.
Products involved in the label transition include cold, cough, flu, sore throat, allergy, decongestant and multisymptom O-T-C remedies under these brands: McNeil Consumer Healthcare's Children's Tylenol, Pediacare, Children's Sudafed and Children's Benadryl; Novartis Consumer Health Inc.'s Triaminic; Procter & Gamble Co.'s Children's NyQuil, Vicks Pediatric and Vicks Casero; Reckitt Benckiser Inc.'s Delsym Children's and Children's Mucinex; and Wyeth Consumer Healthcare's Children's Dimetapp and Robitussin Pediatric.
-- With operations in more than 65 countries and 2007 sales of about $2.7 billion, Wyeth Consumer Healthcare Inc.