OWH

AcronymDefinition
OWHOmaha World-Herald (Nebraska)
OWHOffice of Women's Health (US CDC)
OWHOld Weird Herald (slot car racing magazine)
OWHOklahoma Web Host
OWHOverseas Working Holiday (Australia)
OWHOvertime Work Hours
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The OWH analysis highlights a couple of key trends regarding women's patterns of opioid use: females are more likely than males to suffer from chronic pain, and subsequently use prescription opioid pain relievers for longer periods and in higher doses; and women who use opioids progress to dependence more quickly and experience greater cravings than men.
In July 2016, the HHS OWH awarded nine cooperative agreements totaling approximately $2 million to organizations that support colleges and universities in their efforts to prevent sexual assault on their campuses.
[8] OWH, "HIV/AIDS and Mental Health," Report by the Secretariat, WHO Google Scholar, Geneva, Switzerland, 2008.
The OWH report, released in July, paints a different picture of addiction for women than for men.
Hormonal changes may trigger symptoms of postpartum depression, the OWH said on its website.
Office of Women's Health of the US Department of Health and Human Services (OWH) P2:1 HPPWH100066-01-00.
Moreover, the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) has identified domestic violence as a priority, publishing practice updates and supporting a social work summit on violence against women convened by the Office on Women's Health (OWH) of the U.S.
Whole extract: An extract of passionflower (Lot# PAS 02034C) was obtained from a local dietary supplement manufacturer, Oregon's Wild Harvest (OWH), Sandy, OR.
In 1995, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), (6) working with the Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA), the Public Health Service's (PHS) Office on Women's Health (OWH) and the National Institute of Health Office of Research of Women's Research (NIH ORWH), conducted a survey of United States and Canadian medical schools to assess women's health topics included in medical curricula.
Department of Health and Human Services Office of Women's Health (OWH) has supported initiatives that address some of the significant health issues affecting female offenders.