|Feb19-10, 12:43 AM||#1|
How many U.S. citizens are currently secured (institutionalized) from participating in free society, primarily because of incapacitating mental or physical disability?
|Feb22-10, 08:18 PM||#2|
According to 2005 AHA statistics, there were about 5,900 hospitals in the US, with about 1 million beds. In 2005 they had close to 35 million admissions and about 240 million patient days.
|Feb25-10, 07:03 PM||#3|
The big number, though, is the roughly 2.3 million Americans behind bars--that's right, 2.3 million. Unfortunately, many of them are mentally ill, handicapped, etc. More still are locked up because of minor drug crimes.
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