In the U.S., there are approximately 2.3 million people living with asthma.
There are also approximately 1.2 million people who have COPD and 1.6 million who are living with COPD.
It is estimated that there are over 2.5 million Americans who have asthma.
A report published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2015 found that COPD is the most common preventable cause of death in the U-18s, and that it is the third leading cause of preventable death in middle-aged white men.
To address the problem of asthma, researchers are now investigating how to improve life for those who have it.
One method that is often used is to make a small, one-time project.
This can be as simple as putting up a sign at a busy intersection, or as complex as building a small house out of wood and fabric, or a wall of wood.
The problem with these types of projects is that they often don’t involve a lot of energy, or the ability to construct, and there are often no immediate financial benefits.
To help address the needs of those living with the condition, researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, are looking at ways to design projects that can provide immediate benefits and provide long-term economic value.
In this article, we’ll take a look at how these small projects can help those living in the United States with asthma, and how to build them to provide long term financial benefits to their community.
This article was originally published on February 12, 2018.