According to the United Nations Development Program, in 2010 public spending on health care amounted to 9.5% of GDP. This is enough to make the United States rank sixth out of one hundred eighty-eight countries ranked in that category. The Marshall Islands ranked first, with public health expenditure amounting to 15.0% of GDP.
According to data collected by the United Nations, the United States used 35.94% of the world’s nitrous oxide in 2009, which makes the United States rank first in that category.
Entry prepared by Chris Skovira.
According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, in 2003 Americans consumed 75 kcal of raw fat per capita per day in 2003, which made the United States rank twenty-ninth in that category. Hungary ranked first, consuming 388 kcal/capita/day.