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Dha

An obsolete Burmese unit of length approximately equivalent to 3.912 meters.
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Recent interest in DHA has focused on two new endogenous wellness pathways; a) DHA-cardiolipin structure and function in the mitochondria, as DHA is the only omega-3 used by mitochondrial cardiolipin and only when DHA is sufficiently and consistently present in the diet, and b) DHA supplementation also appears to increase Synaptamide production in the brain.
DHA Nisar Shaheed Park was declared the best park in the category of large parks.
The total number of people who visited the DHA run medical fitness centres during 2017 for new and renewal visas were 2,126,066.
Chairman ATPB Saddiq ul Farooq informed the PAC that the trust had held several meetings with DHA in this regard and so far not succeeded to get the plots in accordance of agreement.
As part of Salama program, DHA unified 425 workflows to standardize the working mechanism across all DHA facilities.
All DHA hospitals have a high occupancy rate and this reflects the quality of services and the trust that we have built with our patients.
Administrator DHA said DHA was committed to provision of happy, healthy and dynamic living environment for its residents and would facilitate SKMT in all ways to establish a pivotal health facility to fight against the menace of deadly cancer disease.
The affectees of DHA Valley surpasses figure of one hundred thousand which include military employees of lower ranks and families of martyrs who are running from pillar to post since 2008 to get plots they paid for, he added.
Ghanim Lootah, Director of Institutional Marketing and Communications at the DHA, said: "With this launch, DHA can now reach an audience of more than 85 million active BBM users per month and this includes Android and iPhone devices users.
According to a deal 1946 Kanals land was offered to the DHA on 33 % exemption by the ETPB.
DHA Capital, LLC, the recently formed New York-based real estate development and investment firm, is expanding its pipeline of residential and mixed-use projects in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
What they discovered was that algae was a rich source of the fatty acid DHA (docosahexaenoic acid).