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Health Professionals and Allied Employees The Health Professionals and Allied Employees (HPAE) is a health care labor union in New Jersey and Pennsylvania that represents registered nurses and other health care workers in hospitals, nursing homes, blood banks and clinics in the public and private sector. It is an affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), AFL-CIO.
Health Professions Scholarship Program The Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) is a program of the United States Army, United States Navy, and United States Air Force (AFHPSP), which offers full financial support in exchange for future service as a physician, dentist, nurse practitioner, optometrist, or other specialty.
Health Promotion in Higher Education Health Promotion in Higher Education works to support students by creating healthy learning environments. Based on a public health/population health model, health promotion services often coordinate primary prevention and secondary prevention on campus.
Health Protection Agency The Health Protection Agency (HPA), originally established as a special health authority (SpHA) in 2003, is an independent national organisation charged with protecting the health and well-being of the United Kingdom citizens from infectious diseases and in preventing harm and reducing impacts when hazards involving chemicals, poisons or radiation occur. On April 1, 2005, the Agency was established as a non-departmental public body, replacing the HPA SpHA and the National Radiological Protection Board (NRPB).
Health Purchasing Victoria Health Purchasing Victoria is an Australian public authority established in 2001 by an amendment to the Victorian Health Services Act 1988, and has a responsibility to facilitate reform of the procurement system for Victorian hospitals and health services.
Health Resources and Services Administration The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is a division of the United States Department of Health and Human Services whose goal is to improve access to health care for those without insurance.http://www.
Health savings account A Health Savings Account (HSA) is a tax-advantaged medical savings account available to taxpayers in the United States. HSAs were established as part of the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act which was signed into law by President Bush on December 8, 2003.
Health science Health Sciences are the group of disciplines of applied science dealing with human and animal health. There are two parts to Health Sciences: the study, research, and knowledge of health and the application of that knowledge to improve health, cure diseases, and understand how humans and animals function.
Health Sciences Authority The Health Sciences Authority (Abbreviation: HSA; Chinese: ĺŤ«ç”źç§‘ĺ¦ĺ±€) is a statutory board of the Ministry of Health formed on 1 April 2001 to regulate the health products in Singapore, securing Singapore's blood supply and safeguarding the nation's general public health. The HSA also runs a blood banking service and offers consultative immuno-haematology to the Ministry of Health's other organisation.
Health Sciences Institute The Health Sciences Institute (or HSI) is a conglomerate of alternative medicine professionals directed by Jenny Thompson. They send out free e-newsletters to health-concerned people interested in alternative medical approaches, and also have a forum.
Health Service Executive The Health Service Executive (HSE) is responsible for the provision of healthcare with public funds in the Republic of Ireland. The Executive was established by the Health Act, 2004 and came into official operation on January 1, 2005; it is currently in a transition phase from the previous Health Board system that operated since 1970.
Health Threat Unit (European Commission) The Health Threat Unit of the Directorate-General for Health and Consumer Protection (European Commission), is responsible for terrorism surveillance and early warning of biological, chemical, and radiological threats within the European Union. The Health Threat Unit runs the Rapid Alert System, which conducts surveillance on communicable diseases and diseases caused by acts of bioterrorism.
Health visitor Health visitors are UK registered nurses or midwives who have undertaken further training to work as part of the primary health care team. As their name suggests, their role is to promote mental, physical and social well-being in the community by giving advice and support to families in all age groups.
Health, Welfare and Food Bureau The Health, Welfare and Food Bureau () of Hong Kong oversees the policies on health, welfare, environmental hygiene and food issues. The Health, Food and Environmental Hygiene, Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation and Social Welfare departments report to the Bureau.
HealthBoards HealthBoards is a long-running support group website consisting of over 150 Internet message boards for peer to peer health support (also referred to as a virtual community or online health community). The site is unique in that it is purely a health community site, unlike other established health communities on the Web which have generally been part of large web portals (WebMD, Yahoo, iVillage, etc.
Healthcare Commission The Healthcare Commission is an independent body, set up to promote and drive improvement in the quality of healthcare and public health in England and Wales. It aims to achieve this by becoming an authoritative and trusted source of information and by ensuring that this information is used to drive improvement.
Healthcare in Cuba The Cuban government operates a national health system and assumes full fiscal and administrative responsibility for the health care of its citizens. Harvard Public Health Review/Summer 2002 The Cuban Paradox No private hospitals or clinics are permitted.
Healthcare in Saudi Arabia The healthcare system in Saudi Arabia can be classified as a national health care system in which the government provides health care services through a number of government agencies. In the meantime, there is a growing role and increased participation from the private sector in the provision of health care services.
Healthcare in Switzerland Healthcare in Switzerland is regulated by the Federal Health Insurance Act. Health insurance is compulsory for all persons resident in Switzerland (within three months of taking up residence or being born in the country).
Healthcare in Venezuela Extensive inoculation programs and the availability of low- or no-cost health care provided by the Venezuelan Institute of Social Security have made Venezuela's health care infrastructure one of the more advanced in Latin America. Once the most comprehensive and well funded in the region, the health care system has deteriorated sharply since the 1980s.
Healthcare today Healthcare Today is a monthly newsmagazine published in the United Kingdom by Mayden Publishing. The style and layout of the magazine is similar to that of The Week but its focus is purely on health related news.
Healthcare traveler A healthcare traveler is a person in the medical field that travels between various assignments. These travelers are usually contracted by staffing agencies that allow them to choose between many possible locations to work.
Healthcare Volunteer HealthCare Volunteer, is a Los Angeles non-profit organization founded in January, 2006 by Neilesh (Neil) Patel and Elliot Mendelsohn. The organization connects people to health care volunteering opportunities around the world using free Internet services.
HealthGrades, Inc HealthGrades (NASDAQ: HGRD), incorporated in December 1995, provides objective ratings of hospitals, nursing homes and home health agencies in the United States. The Company also provides detailed information on physicians, including name, address, phone number, years in practice, information on whether they are board certified, whether they are free of state and federal sanctions and many other items.
Healthism Healthism, sometimes called public-healthism, is a neologism to describe a variety of ideological constructs concerning health and medicine. Its best known use is in the 1994 book The Death of Humane Medicine and the Rise of Coercive Healthism by Petr Skrabanek.
Healthy diet Healthy eating is the practice of making choices about what to eat with the intent of improving or maintaining good health. Usually this involves consuming necessary nutrients by eating the appropriate amounts from all of the food groups.
Healthy eating pyramid The healthy eating pyramid is a nutrition guide developed by the Harvard School of Public Health, suggesting how much of each food category one should eat each day. The healthy eating pyramid is intended to provide a better eating guide than the widespread food guide pyramid created by the USDA.
Healthy Forests Initiative The Healthy Forests Initiative (or HFI), officially the Healthy Forests Restoration Act of 2003, is a law originally proposed by President George W. Bush in response to the widespread forest fires during the summer of 2002.
Healthy Habits for Life Healthy Habits for Life is a series of segments and storylines in children's television series Sesame Street. Launched in season 36, the segments are a "multi-year, content-driven initiative to help young children and their caregivers establish an early foundation of healthy habits that can last a lifetime".
Healthy Choice Healthy Choice is the name of a brand of refrigerated and frozen foods owned by ConAgra Foods, Inc. According to ConAgra's official corporate history, it came into being after ConAgra CEO Charles "Mike" Harper suffered a heart attack in 1985.
Healthy multiplicity Healthy multiplicity is the idea of many minds, persons, souls, identities, or individuals coexisting within the same physical body. Emphasis is placed on a functional co-relationship with shared responsibility and accountability.
Healthy Money, Healthy Planet Healthy Money, Healthy Planet: Developing Sustainability through New Money Systems (ISBN 1877333298 is a book by Deirdre Kent, first published in 2005, that looks at the issue of money creation through interest-bearing debt.
Healthy People 2010 Healthy People 2010 was started in January 2000 by the United States Department of Health and Human Services. It is a nationwide health promotion and disease prevention plan that is composed of 467 specific objectives, 28 goals, and two overarching goals to be achieved by 2010.
Healthy Vending Healthy Vending is a pioneer in distributing healthy foods for vending machinges. By researching and developing foods through a team of medical doctors and nutritionist, Healhy Vending is working toward their goal of getting healthier foods into vending machines, especially those in schools.
Healy Heights, Portland, Oregon Healy Heights is a Portland, Oregon] neighborhood in the [[Tualatin Mountains|West Hills of the city's Southwest section. Though recognized by the city as a neighborhood in its own right, it lies entirely within the boundaries of the city's Southwest Hills neighborhood.
Heamoor Heamoor (formerly Hea) is a village in the Penwith district of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Formerly a secondary settlement of the village of Madron, Heamoor now forms a substantial part of the residential population of Penzance and is considered by many to now be a suburb of that town.
Heaphy Track The Heaphy Track is a popular tramping track in the north west of the South Island of New Zealand. It is located within the Kahurangi National Park and classified as one of New Zealand's 10 Great Walks by the Department of Conservation.
Heaps' law In linguistics, Heaps' law is an empirical law which describes the portion of a vocabulary which is represented by an instance document (or set of instance documents) consisting of words chosen from the vocabulary. This can be formulated as
Heapsort Heapsort is one of the best general-purpose sorting algorithms, a comparison sort and part of the selection sort family. Although somewhat slower in practice on most machines than a good implementation of quicksort, it has the advantages of worst-case O(n log n) runtime.
Hear My Song Hear My Song is a 1991 film, written by the actors Peter Chelsom (who directed) and Adrian Dunbar (who plays the lead), based on the true story of legendary Irish tenor, Josef Locke. It was nominated for Best Original Screenplay at the 1993 BAFTA awards.
Hear the otherside Hear the Otherside is a short story novel by a Filipino Author Joren Curia, this is first of the series novel was planning to write. The novel was not been published, it was currently writing the story, but it would be intend to finish the novel by this year.
Heard Island and McDonald Islands Heard Island and McDonald Islands (HIMI ) are uninhabited, barren islands located in the Southern Ocean at , about two-thirds of the way from Madagascar to Antarctica. They have been territories of Australia since 1947, and contain the only two active volcanoes in Australian territory, one of which, Mawson Peak, is the highest Australian mountain.
Hearing (person) The term hearing or hearing person, from the perspective of mainstream English-language culture, refers to someone whose sense of hearing is at the medical norm. From this point of view, someone who is not fully hearing has a hearing impairment or is said to be hard of hearing or deaf.
Hearing (sense) Hearing, is one of the traditional five senses and refers to the ability to detect sound. In humans and other vertebrates, hearing is performed primarily by the auditory system: sound is detected by the ear and transduced into nerve impulses that are perceived by the brain.
Hearing dog Hearing dogs, also called "signal dogs", "sound alert dogs", "hearing ear dogs", or "hearing assistance dogs", are a category of assistance dog that are specially selected and trained to assist people who are deaf or hearing impaired.
Hearing loss with craniofacial syndromes Hearing loss with craniofacial syndromes is a common occurrence. Many of these multianomaly disorders involve structural malformations of the outer or middle ear, making a significant hearing loss highly likely.
Hearing Secret Harmonies Hearing Secret Harmonies is the final novel in Anthony Powell's twelve-volume masterpiece, A Dance to the Music of Time. It was published in 1975 to the relief of an audience that had grown steadily over the twenty-four years since the first book, A Question of Upbringing appeared in 1951.
Hearing test A hearing test is an evaluation of the sensitivity of a person's sense of hearing, most often performed by an audiologist using an audiometer. Audiologists are the only health professionals with extensive training on the anatomy and physiology of hearing, and are the only health professionals certified to perform diagnostic hearing tests.
Hearing Voice Hearing Voices is the 2001 CD of experimental artist David Mahler released on Tzadik Records. Hearing voices features very little instrumentation, eerie soundscapes, and mostly voices and edited sounds throughout the whole CD.
Hearing Voices Movement Hearing Voices Movement is a philosophical trend in how people who hear voices are viewed. It was begun by Marius Romme, a professor of Social psychiatry at the University of Limburg in Maastricht, the Netherlands and Sandra Escher, a science journalist, who began this work after being challenged by a voice hearer as to why they could not accept the reality of her voice hearing experience.
Hearing Voices Network The Hearing Voices Network is a self-help user-run organization for people who 'hear voices'. Although members may have a psychiatric diagnosis, the group promotes an alternative approach, where voices are not necessarily seen as signs of mental illness.
Hearn Generating Station The Richard L Hearn Generating Station (named after Richard L Hearn) is an out of service electrical generating station in Toronto. It is still owned by the publicly owned electricity company who initially planned to use the site to locate the Portlands Energy Centre.
Hearsay in United States law Hearsay is a legal term that describes a class of evidence generally disallowed by most courts in the United States. The "Hearsay Rule" is an analytic rule of evidence that defines hearsay and provides for both exceptions and exemptions from that rule.
Hearst Castle Hearst Castle was the palatial estate of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst. It is located near San Simeon, California, on a hill overlooking the Pacific Ocean, halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Hearst College Hearst College is a fictional Southern California college and one of the settings of Veronica Mars. In the universe of this series, the college's name derives from a Hearst family noted for the retailer Hearst-Mart.
Hearst Corporation The Hearst Corporation is a large privately held American-based media conglomerate based in the Hearst Tower in New York City, USA. Founded by William Randolph Hearst as an owner of newspapers, the company's holdings now include a wide variety of media.
Hearst Island Heart Island () is an ice-covered, dome-shaped island lying 6 km east of Cape Rymill, off the eastern coast of Palmer Land. The island is 58 km (36 mi) long, in a North-South direction, 11 km (7 mi) wide, and rises to 365 metres.
Hearst Memorial Mining Building The Hearst Memorial Mining Building at the University of California, Berkeley is currently home to the university's materials science department. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is also designated as part of California Historical Landmark #946.
Hearst prize The Hearst prize was offered by publisher William Randolph Hearst. It was a US$ 50,000 prize to the first aviator to fly coast to coast in the United States, in either direction, in less than 30 days from start to finish.
Hearst Tower (New York City) Hearst Tower in New York City, New York is located at 300 West 57th Street on Eighth Avenue, near Columbus Circle. It is the world headquarters of the Hearst Corporation, bringing together for the first time their numerous publications and communications companies under one roof, including Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping and the San Francisco Chronicle, to name a few.
Heart The heart is a hollow, muscular organ in vertebrates, responsible for pumping blood through the blood vessels by repeated, rhythmic contractions, or a similar structure in annelids, mollusks, and arthropods. The term cardiac (as in cardiology) means "related to the heart" and comes from the Greek ÎşÎ±ĎÎ´ÎąÎ¬, kardia, for "heart.
Heart (journal) Formerly the British Heart Journal, Heart is an international peer-reviewed journal for clinicians (including trainees) and researchers involved with all areas of cardiovascular medicine and surgery, as well as affiliated healthcare workers such as echocardiographers and nurse practitioners.
Heart (L'Arc-en-Ciel album) HEART is Japanese rock band L'Arc~en~Ciel's fifth album, released on February 25 1998. This is the first album they made after ex-drummer sakura left the band because of heroin possession, and new drummer yukihiro joined.
Heart 106 Heart 106 is a regional radio station broadcasting to the East Midlands. Based in Nottingham city centre close to the Radio Nottingham building, it is owned by Chrysalis Group who acquired the station from Capital Radio Group/GCap Media on 5 May 2005 for a cash consideration of ÂŁ29.
Heart and Soul (album) Heart and Soul is a Joy Division box set containing nearly every track the band recorded. The first two discs contain their entire studio output, including the albums Unknown Pleasures and Closer, along with singles and compilation appearances.
Heart and Souls Heart and Souls is a 1993 fantasy/comedy film about the souls of four deceased people who are trapped on earth and can only be seen by a single living human being who is recruited to help them take care of their unfinished business. The movie was directed by Ron Underwood and was filmed in San Francisco, California.
Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada is a registered Canadian charity. The foundation's purpose is centered around educating individuals about the prevention and management of heart disease and strokes, and to fund medical research regarding the causes of these conditions.
Heart Attack Grill The Heart Attack Grill is a Tempe, Arizona burger restaurant that has become internationally known due to being criticized by the Arizona Board of Nursing and Baltimore-based Center for Nursing Advocacy for putting its waitresses in naughty nurse uniforms.
Heart Bazaar Heart Bazaar (ăŹăĽăăă‚¶ăĽă«ďĽ‰ was a Japanese pop group active from about 1999 - 2002. The group was a two-man / two- woman combination, with Satuski Ishii on vocals, Akihiko Suzuki (AKA Akkin) on guitars and synth, Noriko Nagai on bass and Takemi Kokubu on drums.
Heart Break Heart Break is an album released by American R&B quintet New Edition on the MCA label in 1988. It's the first album to return the Boston-reared band as a quintet after the public exit of original member Bobby Brown and the first album to feature Johnny Gill as member of the group.
Heart Condition (film) Heart Condition is a 1990 film comedy starring Denzel Washington and Bob Hoskins]â€¦Hoskins as a manic career cop and Washington as an adorable but sleezy ambulance chasing lawyer make for a histerical pair. Hoskins years of bad habits i.
Heart Corporation Heart Corporation, also known as Heart English School, is a private school and dispatch company based in Mito, Ibaraki, Japan. It is a major company in the ALT industry and the fastest growing, with over 150 teachers in the Eastern part of the country, placed throughout Eastern Japan (from Tokyo to Hokkaido) as of the 2007 school year.
Heart Digital Heart Digital is a radio network of stations that broadcast on DAB Digital Radio in the North East of England (on the MXR North East multiplex), the North West of England (MXR North West), Yorkshire (MXR Yorkshire), South Wales and the West of England (MXR Severn Estuary) and in Central Scotland (Switch Scotland). The stations specialise in "Adult contemporary music".
Heart Intelligence Heart Intelligence refers to the relational, emotive, intuitive, and resonant capacities associated psychologically, symbolically, and physiologically with the heart. These capacities are important for human functionality and success, and are often viewed as complementing, informing, or leading the more rational, verbal, linear intelligence of the head.
Heart Lake (Ontario) Heart Lake is a lake located in the northern part of Brampton, Ontario, Canada. The lake itself is found in the Heart Lake Conservation Area in which trees are planted every year by students from the local elementary schools.
Heart Mountain War Relocation Center The Heart Mountain War Relocation Center was a relocation camp located in northwestern Wyoming, United States, on an isolated site between the towns of Powell and Cody. The camp was used to imprison Japanese Americans during much of America's involvement in World War II.
Heart of Africa (game) Heart of Africa is a treasure-hunting game for the Commodore 64. Published in 1987 by Electronic Arts, the game casts the player in the role of explorer walking/canoeing the terrain of Africa in search of clues that will lead to the treasure (which could be in several different places, selected randomly by the game).
Heart of America Heart of America is a charity single written by Tim Blixseth. The song was performed by Wynonna Judd, Michael McDonald, and Eric Benet before the third game of the 2005 World Series, in tribute to those affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Heart of America (film) Heart of America is a 2004 drama film by German director Uwe Boll about a fictional school shooting in a suburban high school. It is believed to have been inspired by such shootings as the Columbine High School Massacre.
Heart of Darkness (game) Heart of Darkness is a 1998 video game by Amazing Studio and released by Interplay for Microsoft Windows-based PCs and the PlayStation A Game Boy Advance port was announced in 2001 but never released. It is the first game to have its score recorded by an orchestra (though, because of delays, it was not the first to be released with a full orchestral soundtrack).
Heart of Empire Heart of Empire, or the Legacy of Luther Arkwright is a graphic novel by Bryan Talbot, first published in nine monthly parts in 1999 by Dark Horse Comics. It is a sequel to his earlier work The Adventures of Luther Arkwright, set twenty-three years later, and centres on Arkwright's daughter Victoria.
Heart of England Business and Enterprise School Heart of England Business and Enterprise School and Sixth Form Centre is a secondary school located in Balsall Common in the West Midlands. It has 6 buildings on site including a dance studio (under construction) and a Enterprise block as the school is a Business and Enterprise School.
Heart of Georgia Railroad The Heart of Georgia Railroad was founded in December 1999, to operate track between Vidalia, Georgia, and Mahrt, Alabama. After starting operations in 2000, the railroad ran between Rochelle, Georgia, and Preston, Georgia, reaching Vidalia later that year.
Heart of Glass (film) Heart of Glass is an experimental film for which director Werner Herzog had the entire cast hypnotized before each shooting, except for the actor playing a seer (and real-life glass blowers appearing in the film).
Heart of Glass (song) "Heart of Glass" is the tenth track from the 1978 Blondie album Parallel Lines. The song is Blondie's biggest chart hit and arguably their most famous song, as well as their most controversial due to its disco sound.
Heart of Glory "Heart of Glory" is a first season episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, first broadcast March 21, 1988. It is episode #20, production #120, teleplay written by Maurice Hurley, based on a story by Maurice Hurley, Herbert Wright, and D.
Heart of Gold (song) "Heart of Gold" from the 1972 album Harvest is Neil Young's only number one hit single in his long musical career. The song, on the surface, seems to be a plea for the redemption of all-conquering love.
Heart of Ice Heart Of Ice is the fourteenth episode of the American animated television series Batman: The Animated Series, first aired on September 12 1992, written by Paul Dini, and directed by Bruce Timm. This episode features Mr.
Heart of Midlothian (Royal Mile) The Heart of Midlothian is a heart-shaped mosaic built into the pavement near the West Door of St Giles Cathedral on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, not far from the Advocates' Library, which was the former Scottish parliament (pre-1707).
Heart of palm Heart of palm, also called palm heart, palmito, or swamp cabbage, is a vegetable harvested from the inner core and growing bud of certain palm trees (notably the coconut (Cocos nucifera), Palmito JuĂ§ara (Euterpe edulis), AĂ§aĂ palm (Euterpe oleracea), sabal (Sabal spp.) and pejibaye (Bactris gasipaes) palms).
Heart of Scotland services Heart Of Scotland services, commonly referred to as Harthill services, is a motorway service station on the M8 motorway between junctions 4 & 5, at Harthill, in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is owned by the Scottish Executive and is leased to BP.
Heart of Stone (song) Heart Of Stone is a song by the british rock 'n roll band, The Rolling Stones. It was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and was heavily inspired by the blues and R&B roots, being one of their first original compositions.
Heart of the Universe The Heart of the Universe is the most powerful object in the entire Marvel Comics Universe, above that of the Cosmic cubes, the Great Powers of the Universe, the Infinity Gauntlet, and even the Living Tribunal itself.
Heart of TARDIS Heart of TARDIS is a BBC Books original novel written by Dave Stone and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features both the Second and Fourth Doctors with Jamie, Victoria, and Romana I.
Heart of Wales Line The Heart of Wales Line is the railway line from Llanelli to Craven Arms. Historically it was known as the Central Wales Line and also included routes through Gowerton, where the railway crossed the West Wales Line and ran through Dunvant and Killay then down through the Clyne Valley to Blackpill and then along the sea wall to Swansea Bay Station, (near the former slip bridge) before finally reaching Swansea Victoria.
Heart of Wessex Line The Heart of Wessex Line is a United Kingdom railway line that runs from Bristol to Westbury to Weymouth. It diverges from the Wessex Main Line at Westbury, and follows the course of the Great Western Main Line as far as Castle Cary.
Heart Of The Matter (EP) Heart of the Matter EP is a release by the Australian band The Screaming Jets in 2004. the two radio singles taken of the EP were 'Heart of the Matter' and 'Right Place, Wrong Time' which also had video clips made for them.
Heart Protection Study The Heart Protection Study is a large randomized controlled trial by the Medical Research Council (MRC) and the British Heart Foundation (BHF) in the United Kingdom. It studies the use of statin (simvastatin 40 mg) medication and vitamin supplementation (vitamin E, vitamin C and beta carotene) in patients that are at risk for cardiovascular disease.
Heart rate monitor A heart rate monitor is a device that allows a user to measure their heart rate in real time. It usually consists of two elements: a chest strap transmitter and a wrist receiver (which usually doubles as a watch).