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Jessica Teel is the spokeswoman for Sleep Country USA. Teel was 25 years old when she opened a home decor store, and is a minor celebrity.Full Answer >
According to National Geographic, hydroelectric power is used to power homes, offices, factories, hospitals and schools. It is also one of the first methods developing countries use to bring affordable electricity to rural areas.Full Answer >
Coal is used in many different industrial countries for a variety of different industrial purposes, usually the generation of electrical power. However, it can also be used for other purposes, such as steel production and cement production. Coal can even be utilized as a form of liquid fuel for certain types of industries. Several billion tons of coal are used for these purposes around the world each year.Full Answer >
It is difficult to say exactly how many hospitals exist in the world, as hospitals can either close or merge with other hospitals at any time. As of 2014, the countries that have the largest number of hospitals are China, India, Vietnam, Nigeria, Russia, Japan, Egypt, South Korea, Brazil and the United States. As of 2014, China alone has around 69,000 hospitals, according to Maps of the World.Full Answer >