11. United States
The U.S. spends over 15% of its gross domestic product on health care--with little to show for it. In 2006, almost 16% of the population lacked health insurance. Still, of the 15 countries on the list the U.S came out on top when measuring infant mortality rate. The country also has the second-highest healthy life expectancy. What's more, air pollution is relatively low, and the U.S. boasts one of the world's lowest TB rates.
Interesting... According to the CIA WorldFactBook, The USA is not that great with infant mortality rates.
Here's an article from 2011 discussing just that.
And I recall that just a few months ago, it came out that once again, we had crappy rates in that catagory.
I wonder how Forbes came out w this list bc I've read others comparing many of the same catagories and coming up with different results...