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Synonyms for ADH

hormone secreted by the posterior pituitary gland (trade name Pitressin) and also by nerve endings in the hypothalamus

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The ruling also noted the "narrow scope of the deficiencies" alleged by ADHS and Westech's overall remediation efforts.
Westech, once the state's largest environmental laboratory which tested drinking water for Scottsdale, Flagstaff, Prescott, Cave Creek, New River, Cottonwood, Lake Havasu City and several others cities and towns, no longer operates in Arizona, a fate Warne blames on the ADHS actions.
Facilitate effective dissemination of results: Help the MoPH use ADHS results to assess the performance of NGOs contracted to deliver health services, support the development of Afghanistan s Health National Strategic Plan with hard data, and help officials identify key health priorities.
ADHS conducted additional tests in November 1995 to confirm the presence of lead in other imported plastic miniblinds.
For six sets of the miniblinds, ADHS staff analyzed lead content by cutting pieces of the plastic slats for digestion analysis.
1 Serve as a primary day-to-day contact with the ADHS Communication Manager,
In an age where it has become a political hobby to bash the size of government, it would be remiss to forget the hard work and late nights that have been put in by ADHS officials to implement the best medical marijuana program in the United States of America.
Once ADHS receives physician reports of elevated blood lead levels, staff contact the patient or the patient's parents to help identify lead sources and to educate about prevention.
The focus of the ADHS Lead Poisoning Prevention Program is secondary prevention - using limited resources to target identified cases with environmental investigations and education.
The Institute is currently partnered with the Arizona Living Well Program at ADHS to build statewide infrastructure and capacity for effective and efficient methods of promoting and implementing evidence-based health promotion programs, such as Healthy Living, throughout the state.
Provide laboratory-testing services for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis, and for other diseases as identified by ADHS 3.
The Commission works closely with ADHS BTCD, all 15 counties statewide, community partners statewide and other tobacco control organizations like Arizonans Concerned About Smoking and the Coalition for Tobacco Free Arizona.
Tormala leads the ADHS BTCD which is responsible for coordinating much of the community-based, grass-roots efforts around the state; works to educate Arizona youth about tobacco prevention; and partners with Arizona Smoker's Helpline (ASHLine) to provide free tobacco quitting services to all Arizonans.