Houston, Texas (CNN) — If you’re a fan of air conditioning in the summertime, Houston has the coolest.

    The city is one of the top 10 in the nation in the number of air conditioners, according to the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

    But the air conditioner-less city of Houston’s air quality is a topic of interest to others.

    While some people may not realize it, Houston is in the midst of a battle against a problem with its air condition, or AQI.

    AQI is a type of pollution that can cause respiratory problems, including asthma and other respiratory illnesses, in certain people.

    The problem in Houston is a mix of different chemicals, like ozone, which can cause inflammation of the lungs.

    “The air quality problem is going to affect people’s health and well-being,” said Scott Wilt, an air quality researcher at the University of Texas at Houston.

    “It’s a very real problem and the public health problem is being overlooked by the federal government and the state of Texas.”

    AQI can affect your ability to breathe.

    For example, people with respiratory problems can suffer from severe symptoms like shortness of breath, coughing, shortness and wheezing, which are symptoms of COPD, according the National Weather Service.

    The effects of air pollution can be mild, like breathing less.

    However, the longer you spend in the heat and humidity, the more severe the effects can be.

    When air quality gets worse, it can cause severe illnesses and deaths.

    The Houston air condition problem is getting worse.

    But even with the pollution problems, the city’s air conditioning has not improved.

    Wilt said it’s not uncommon for people to have trouble keeping their house cool.

    “We don’t have a whole lot of data that tells us how much people are spending in air conditioning,” he said.

    “So we have to guess and try to make guesses and guess and guess.”

    The city of San Antonio has also been dealing with the problem, but Wilt says it has been a long time coming.

    “In the early 1980s, the San Antonio Public Utilities Commission did a study and they found that about 25% of households had air conditioning that didn’t meet standards,” Wilt explained.

    “They said we should have air conditioning because that’s the way people live.

    They said if you have air condition in your house you are going to be more efficient and you will be more productive.”

    San Antonio was also a hotbed of the Great American Smoke and Emissions Challenge, an effort to reduce emissions that cause the ozone depletion problem.

    In recent years, there has been an increase in asthma cases.

    The trend toward air condition problems is spreading through the country, with many states experiencing increases.

    “People have to be aware that it’s just a symptom,” Wils said.

    People with respiratory issues can also suffer from other conditions, like asthma.

    The air condition can also exacerbate other respiratory issues.

    “If you have a cough, you might be having a lot of mucus,” Wilts said.

    That’s the fluid inside your lungs that contains the toxins that can make you cough.

    “Sometimes people don’t feel good, so they may just breathe in and out,” Wil said.

    He recommends taking some time to calm down, and to get rest.

    “A lot of the symptoms of air quality are the same as any other respiratory problem,” Wiles said.

    Air quality problems affect not just people with air conditioning problems, but also those with COPD.

    Air conditioners are typically located in garages or basements and often lack proper ventilation.

    This is why they can be uncomfortable.

    The good news is that air conditionings can help reduce the amount of air that’s being released.

    However the problem in the air is getting harder to deal with.

    “Air quality problems are increasing across the country and we have a lot more information out there about air quality, but it’s hard to know exactly how to improve air quality,” Wilic said.

    Some cities are trying to address air quality problems with strategies like installing “smart” air conditioning systems.

    This can include using more efficient air conditioning units, and using more air filters.

    But it also means installing more expensive air conditioning systems, like those from companies like Wilson.

    Wils, who has researched air quality issues in Houston for decades, said the problem is becoming more serious.

    “Houston is in this category of having one of those things that can have a dramatic effect on people’s quality of life,” he explained.

    But Wilt believes the problem will only get worse.

    “As we’re getting better at air conditioning and as the population becomes more air conditioned, we’re going to see air quality worsen and worsen,” he added.

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