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Hispanic

1. relating to, characteristic of, or derived from Spain or the Spanish
2. US a US citizen of Spanish or Latin-American descent
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Curtin and Elizabeth Arias, Ph.D., from the National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Maryland, describe trends in age-adjusted death rates from 2000 through 2017 for Hispanic, non-Hispanic white, and non-Hispanic black adults aged 25 years and older.
However, these rosy statistics are misleading, since the poll was not designed to gauge Hispanic voters' opinions.
Decreases in immigration rates and fertility among Hispanic women are the factors contributing to the slower pace of Hispanic growth.
The league continues to build its reputation with the Hispanic community by connecting with Hispanic leaders, programs and networks worldwide.
Instead, turnout among Hispanic Texans during presidential elections continued its slow, steady increase since 2008, mostly in line with population growth and possibly more Hispanic Texans turning of age to vote.
"In all, highly acculturated Hispanics and foreign-born Latinos who are bilingual or English-dominant constitute 65% of the adult Hispanic population but 69% of Hispanic pet owners.
A report from the Urban Institute finds many older Hispanics face steep financial challenges because of employment histories marked by low-earning jobs that generally offer no retirement benefits.
Hispanic immigrants account for most of the differences between the views of Hispanics and those of blacks and non-Hispanic whites.
Hispanic and other Spanish-speaking doctors and clinicians, as well as community health workers or promotores de salud, play a key role in helping to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate outreach to Hispanic patients.
For instance, insights from The NPD Group show that mass merchants are very important to Hispanic consumers.
However, the Hispanic opportunity is not just tied to their sheer size.
Another prevailing misconception among credit union leaders interested in adapting their programs for Hispanic consumers is that they will have to translate into Spanish every piece of communication, including forms and disclosures.

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