The presence of these co-occurring conditions might help explain why Hispanic children are diagnosed with autism at lower rates and older ages than white non-Hispanic children, Stephanie E.
What does WNH stand for?
WNH stands for White Non-Hispanic (ethnic group)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 5 other meanings of WNH in our Acronym Attic
- Williamsburg National Golf Club (Williamsburg, VA)
- Wing Commander (RAF)
- World Naked Gardening Day
- West Norriton Golden Eagle Tournament (Pennsylvania Youth Wrestling)
- Worldwide Network for Gender Empowerment
- Welsh National Gymanfa Ganu Association
- West Nipissing General Hospital (Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, Canada)
- Wyoming Natural Gas Pipeline Authority (Casper, Wyoming)
- Workflow and Groupware Stratégies
- Wednesday Night Heroes (band; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
- William Newton Hospital (Winfield, KS)
- Wakkerstroom Natural Heritage Association (South Africa)
- Waterloo Natural History Association
- Wheeling National Heritage Area Corporation (Wheeling, WV)
- Western Nevada Home Consortium (Yerington, NV)
- Western Nebraska Home Educators Network
- World Natural Health Organization (Burlington, WA)
- Washington Natural Heritage Program (Washington Department of Natural Resources; Olympia, WA)
- West Newton High School (Pennsylvania)
- Westerville North High School (Ohio)
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A study by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health found a disparity between white non-Hispanic construction workers and Hispanic or black construction workers when considering workers' comp settlements.
Older Mexican American and white non-Hispanic men are undertreated for depression, possibly because they talk about the depression experience differently from the way in which women do, preliminary findings from the Men's Health and Aging Study show.
But, * Hispanic adolescents with health insurance were less likely to visit a health care professional than white non-Hispanic and black non-Hispanic adolescents with heath insurance.
The authors present updated information on the unique needs of immigrant students, including children from the Middle East and students of white non-Hispanic backgrounds, and help educators explore evidence-based practices and policies for adapting and improving the learning environment.