How many people per year get salmonella?
Every year, approximately 42,000 people get salmonella in the USA alone.
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Legally, approximately 1 million per year. There are 700,000 slots open per year for legal immigration according to the 1990 immigration act. Also all Cubans and Hmong people are allowed free immigration to our country, along with other special cases related to humanitarian reasons (people from wa…r-torn countries, abandoned babies left in the US, etc.) which let more people stay. (MORE)
Statistical and census surveys indicate that for 2010, there will be about 120 to 130 million births and 55 to 60 million deaths. Most of the individuals in both groups will be in the developing nations, in China, or in India. That's about 165,000 deaths per day. Why does God kill 165,000 people e…very day? Making the list must take all day. (MORE)
Answer . Divorce is very necessary in life. We must not carry the relationship without need.
im not sure how many people assosiate dwith footie bout 60 to 70 percent. im not sure how many people assosiate dwith footie bout 60 to 70 percent
how many people get mononucleosis per year and whats the normal age to get it?
1.4 million annually in the United States. Sited from:. Wright JG, Tengelsen LA, Smith KE, Bender JB, Frank RK, Grendon JH, et al. Multidrug-resistant Salmonella Typhimurium outbreak. Emerg Infect Dis [serial on the Internet]. 2005 Aug [ date cited ]. Available from http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/EID/…vol11no08/05-0111.htm. Glad I could answer the question! (MORE)
There are hundred to thousands of people who die per year inMassachusetts. This number is larger during years of disaster.
I think it's around 800,000 but you can get the actual stats from English Heritage.
less than 1400 came to nz in 2008. less than 1400 came to nz in 2008
According to information published in USCG Auxiliary Boating Skills and Seamanship text, over 700 per year.
Worldwide data is not available. In the U.S. tornadoes injure about1,100 people per year on average based on official statistics. Theactual number is probably higher since injuries from some tornadoesdo not make it into official reports and minor injuries may beunder reported in mass casualty events…. (MORE)
I don't know the EXACT number of people who make $40 thousand per year but I know that at least 350,000 people do. That is because 353,000 people make $1 million dollars per year.
Salmonella cases are not always documented, as many people endurethe discomfort without seeking medical assistance. Some informationon selected salmonella outbreaks in the last few years can be foundat the related link below.
Based off IRS data approximately 940,000 make over 500,000. Interesting fact nearly 3.1 million people make between 200,000 to 500,000
If you are referring to the Australian Football League, the total attendance for 2010 was 7,146,604 people.
Over a period of more than 90 years, since 1918, there have been an estimated 55 deaths from tornadoes in Australia.
Deaths from Salmonella food poisoning: estimated 1,000 deaths each year (DBMD); 38 reported deaths (NVSR Sep 2001) Death rate extrapolations for USA for Salmonella food poisoning: 1,000 per year, 83 per month, 19 per week, 2 per day, 0 per hour, 0 per minute, 0 per second. Note: this automatic… extrapolation calculation uses the deaths statistic: estimated 1,000 deaths each year (DBMD); 38 reported deaths (NVSR Sep 2001) CDC Numbers 2011: 42 people conclusively died from Salmonella 2010: 28 people conclusively died from Salmonella (MORE)
I think it was 150-300 people per yearand most near the Nile River I looked on the Internet to check and did a report on them.
100 ======== In the U.S., from 1978 -1995, 37 people were killed by vending machines falling on them. This is an average of a fraction over two per year.
http://www.tahitiguide.com/@en-us/5/2/26/article.asp Tourism After an almost ten-year stagnation period(1984-1996), tourism has become again the spear-head of Polynesianeconomy in the past few years. The 80's saw the efforts of localpersons in charge of tourism stagnate, with a number of annualvi…sitors growing from 120, 000 in to only 160,000 in 1994. Todaythe Polynesian Government has taken charge to restructure thetourism organisation. Recent tax-sheltering laws have made itpossible for this industry to start a welcome upturn. New hotelspop up on a regular basis. The creation of family-owned guesthouses made it possible to not only increase tourism potential, butalso to give jobs to many people in the islands. Cruise ships, suchas the Paul Gauguin , made it possible for more than 60,000tourists to discover Polynesia each year. Thus, many efforts havebeen made in this area and French Polynesia can claim today that itis on the upturn of a sustainable and measured tourism development.After 2000, more than 250,000 tourists have visited Tahitiand her islands each year , while income from tourismincreased 53% between 1996 and 2000. Small hotels are mainly at thecenter of this revival to satisfy tourists who are more looking forcontacts with the inhabitants, a great opportunity for exchangesand to take time to better soak up the local culture. (MORE)
Approx 200 (1 in every 1.6 million). Over 40,000 people die in north America every year on the road or due to vehicles. You are 200 times more likely to die on a road than in the air.
Well it could be more than the actual number if i go and crash my car!!!!!. Most probuably 2,500
This question is almost impossible to answer. Are you meaning in the United States or the world altogether?. If you mean the world, then it is impossible to answer with a number, for the number would be incalculable.. As for the US, at least 100,000+ people die per year.
This is not a simple question to answer as the fastest-growing sect associated with Islaam are the Gardianis, but only Gardianis regard themselves as Muslims.
On average, 6 attacks are reported a year in the U.S. and Canada. The average fatality rate is less than 1 per year. http://tchester.org/sgm/lists/lion_attacks.html If you take precautions such as not traveling in mountain lion habitat alone or at night and know how to behave when you encounter a l…ion you have nothing to worry about. (MORE)
Over 100,000 people a day receive a speeding ticket in this country. . That's over 41,000,0000 speeding tickets per year. . One in every 6 drivers will get a speeding ticket this year. . The average speeding ticket costs $150.00. . 41,000,000 x 150.00 = $6,150,000,000 That's over 6 BILLION dolla…rs per year in speeding ticket fines alone................ (MORE)
welll it depends on what pet you hav. if you have sumthing like a hamster or gerbil ect. then its probly a lot more than a cat or dog would but it really depends on the pets personalitiy and what it is (dog, rabbit..)
There are no definitive records as to who dies from drinking alcohol. In some places it would be very low, Islamic countries for instance, in others much higher. There are also the deaths where alcohol has played an important part in the death but is not, in itself, the cause of death. Those bei…ng hit by a drunken driver for instance. 100,000 people a year die from alcohol abuse in the U.S. each year, 1,000,000 in ten years. 14 million, or one in 13 adults in the U.S. suffer from alcoholism at any given time. 25% of urban hospital beds are taken up by severe damage from the use of alcohol. (MORE)
You would have to add the people who died from the drug as well as those who were killed while partying with Meth. I served on a jury for a murder trial of a meth user who killed the woman he was partying with. Meth is deadly.
About 2 people are killed per year in the USA in big cat related attacks (big cats in captivity only). This may or may not include tigers.
In 2000 according to the World Health Organization, at least 171 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes. Its number is increasing rapidly and it is estimated that by the year 2030 this number will double.
Approximately 1100 college ages students, and 1 in 10 consider suicide each year. In some areas of the country rates are higher... The highest rates of suicide occur on Native American reservations, where there is a suicide or two a week on most. The next highest rates occur in Appalachia. Further …to the above response, Joiner (2005:163-164) states that in 2000, suicide was the third leading cause of death for young people in USA, while it was only the eleventh leading cause of death overall. Greene (1994) found that for children between the ages of 5 and 14 in the USA, suicide ranked between the third and the sixth most frequent cause of death. Greene (1994) offered six "myths and misconceptions" around child suicide that fed into the generalised denial in society about this tragic phenomenon. Feigelman and Gorman (2008) researched the impact of peer suicide on youth suicide by friends of the deceased. They found that the short term effect of such a traumatic bereavement was increased survivors' depression and suicidality but that, fortunately, this effect was NOT maintained over time. The very helpful World Health Organisation (WHO) report (2000) "Preventing suicide a resource for teachers and other school staff" is available online. (MORE)
Directly none as acid rain has a pH of around 3 which means that, contrary to belief, acid rain is NON-lethal to humans in any direct form, however if you mean flooding and other sorts I'm not sure.
The worldwide number of cases of Salmonellosis caused by Salmonellatyphimurium can only be a guesstimate. Most cases are neverreported. WHO figures that there are tens of millions ofnon-typhoidal Salmonellosis cases each year.
"1 child dies every 3 seconds. 30,000 African children under the age of 5 die every day. Malaria kills 3,000 African children every day." Answer needs improvement. Try more research ;) tities
Deaths from Cystic Fibrosis : 485 deaths (NHLBI 1999) Death rate extrapolations for USA for Cystic Fibrosis: 484 per year, 40 per month, 9 per week, 1 per day, 0 per hour, 0 per minute, 0 per second. Note: this extrapolation calculation uses the deaths statistic: 485 deaths (NHLBI 1999) 45 pe…ople died from cystic fibrosis in Australia 2000 (Australia's Health 2004, AIHW). Source(s): . RRT. (MORE)
You seem to be asking how many people in general visit every theme park in the nation or possibly world, ina given year. I'm afraid, that information is not available.
Well, being the populous city that it is, Denmark would get approximately 72 thousand visitors each year. That's under perfect conditions of course.
Most people die from gunshot wounds due to gangs or accidentally or someone trying to shoot them. Otherwise about 908,963 people die a year from gunshot wounds. So be careful and make sure you dont get raped Nonsense. The Centers for Disease Control statistics state that there were 110,000 fatal A…ND non-fatal gunshot wounds in 1998. Can't find any stats since. (MORE)
over 20 people born in a year because people catch the masixezma disease and then they die.
Not enough, there are still stupid people wandering around. ha ha I don't know how many people die but I know 124,000 children die a day (off of a commercial). So around 45,260,000 people die.
About thirteen million six hundred thousand people in the US alone, and about three times that for the rest of the world. Not Really. the only seious answers you can get for this question is unfounded and unreasearched statistics.
According to Operation Lifesaver, an average of eightcollisions between trains and motorists occur every day. Over 350people are killed each year, and about 1,000 are seriously injured.A motorist is 40 times more likely to be killed or seriouslyinjured in a collision with a train than in a collision… withanother motor vehicle. . +++ . That's a curious statistic: on the face of it I'd havethought the motorist is at much higher risk of collision withanother car, not with a train. However the question does notmention motorists specifically, in fact it specifically asks howmany "people [are] run over by trains". . In the UK more fatalities on railways are amongpedestrians, sometimes trespassing on the railway. British railwaysare all fenced etc as much as possible, and crossings obvious, sono-one can stray onto the track by mistake. I don't know numbers -though I know they are small. Possibly the largest and leastpublicised cause of delays to rail services in Britain though arenot car/train or person/train collisions onlevel-crossings by motorist's or pedestrian'saccident or misjudgement, though they do happen, butsuicides. . Yes, it is a certain and quick death - and I knew twowho killed themselves like that, one on the London Underground -but it is very selfish. For it is an appalling experience for theunfortunate driver, and causes no end of problems while he or sheis relieved of duty to recover from the shock, the body isrecovered and the train and scene are examinedforensically. (MORE)
Millions of people cruise each year, but with the recent cruise liner accidents interest in cruises have gone down a bit, especially with the Carnival company. Cruising is a safe thing most of the time, but just like on land, something could go wrong, and people need to understand that. I think that… people shouldn't stop going on cruises because a problem like the ones that Carnival ships have had don't happen very often. Cruising is safer than crossing the street most of the time. (MORE)
a lot of people. my mom was one of them... And plus Depends on the geographic location you are thinking of. In London 1 person in 5 days attempts to commit suicide by train. Most fail. That's on London Underground. .
On average, at least 40 people, but these events mostly take place on the Alaskan Bush.
It varies widely depending partly on whether or not the state has any partiuclarly deadly tornadoes or outbreaks. But on average (based on data from 1950 through 2011 tornadoes killed 4 people in Kansas every year. Remember, though that this is just an average. In some years int his range Kansas s…aw no tornado deaths, while in 1955 a single tornado in Kansas killed 80 people. (MORE)
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Unlike in the United States, tornadoes in Australia do not killpeople every year. It appears that the last time a killer tornadohit Australia was 1990. Records seem to indicate 1 killer tornadoin Australia every 5 to 20 years in the later half of the 20thCentury.
According to the Smithsonian's visitor statistics, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden attracts between 600,000 and 800,000 tourists per year.