How many people go to the hospital in north America per year?
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A lot a lot over a thousand. i think.
There are over half a billion people in all of North America. That's over five-hundred million (500,000,000) people!
The Boston Red Sox attendance figures since 2000:. 2007 - 2,970,755 2006 - 2,930,588 2005 - 2,847,888 2004 - 2,837,294 2003 - 2,724,165 2002 - 2,650,862 2001 - 2,…625,333 2000 - 2,585,895
the amount of people that go to the Grampians per year is aproximently 121,000
there is no exact answer for that question but i know hundreds of thousands
Europe and North Amercia are separating at a rate of 1 cm per year.
It varies from year to year. Looking at data for the past 30 years the average annual death toll for tornadoes in the U.S. is 74. The highest death toll in this period was 553… set in 2011, the second deadliest tornado year in U.S. history, while the lowest was 15, set in 1987. Note that the 2011 season was highly unusual, as the next highest annual death toll was 132, set in 1998, and that if 2011 is excluded from calculations the average annual death toll is reduced to 57.
Europe and North America are moving 2 cm away from each other every year.
25.3 million people (all of the parks combined)
because people could if they wanted too and that is what they did.
About half a million of the three million people who develope pneumonia, go to a hospital. Roughly 5500 people die from pneumonia a year.
To tell you the truth, no one truly knows. there are so many rehab places in the world its scientifically impossible to no how many people go! Another reason is that Many fa…cilities don't allow access to records, probably for personal reasons of some kind. I'm sorry I couldn't answer your question. ~TalonStar100~
For the most recent year 2009, 736 people died in boating accidents.