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Comprehensive Health Organization

 (CHO)
in Canada, a joint venture formed by community and provider interests operating a nonprofit corporation. Comprehensive health organizations combine the existing elements of the health care system into a unified whole and provide a range of health promotion and treatment services to a defined roster population.

CHO

Abbreviation for carbohydrates.

CHO

Abbreviation for carbohydrates.

CHO

Abbreviation for carbohydrates.
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Cho, who emphasized that this work is timely because of "the armamentarium of immunomodulatory drugs that are coming on line." He said this type of drug development in dermatology is the basis for a potential paradigm shift.
Cho then noticed that she was starting to bleed from two cuts on her back inflicted by Huang.
Cho's wife Lee Myung-hee and eldest daughter Cho Hyun-ah flew in earlier this week to organize funeral procedures.
A South Korean activist fund recently boosted its stake in Hanjin Kal to 13.5 percent and vowed to take a role in management, blaming poor governance from Cho and his family.
The Cho family scandals have increased public criticism about the country's chaebol," a privileged group of family-owned conglomerates that have been tied to corruption and exploitive behaviour.
Segundo Rocha e colaboradores (2008), para praticantes de musculacao (8 meses, com volume semanal de 4 sessoes, compostos por exercicios mono e multiarticulares, com intensidades variando entre 65 a 85% de 1RM), nao foram notadas influencias negativas na hipertrofia muscular com a ausencia da suplementacao com CHO, contudo, os individuos nao suplementados estavam com ingesta balanceada deste macronutriente, acompanhado pela supervisao de um profissional da nutricao durante o periodo da intervencao.
When Cho looked his way, however, he was taken by surprise.
We have also opened a service center business called "Sib Lor 24-hour by CHO" which is a new service business with several locations throughout the country for commercial vehicles.
This combination of glycogen-depletion exercise and diet manipulation was applied to produce greater differences in endogenous CHO availability before the HIE (12).
The airline confirmed Cho had thrown a cup of water on the floor, but not at anyone's face.
Table-2: Limitations of CHO counting in clinical practice.7
[7-20] This is substantially different from the 5% CHO (<50 g/day), moderate protein, and high fat, which is the dietary composition of the low-CHO diet promoted for the therapeutic management of obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus.