I have a lot of houseplants.
I can’t seem to get rid of them all.
They’re like the lifeblood of our house, so I love to plant them around the house.
My plants are everywhere: in the garden, in the front yard, and also in the kitchen.
If I were to plant one plant in every home, the plants would be outgrowing the house by 2020.
But there’s another plant that has been around for hundreds of years that’s even better at keeping me company.
It’s called air conditioning.
It helps cool your house.
A new study from the University of California at Davis found that air conditioning is a very good source of energy for the average American household.
In fact, the study found that by the end of the day, air conditioning use is responsible for a whopping 40 percent of electricity used by homes, with the average home using about 3.6 kilowatt-hours of electricity during the day.
The researchers also found that the energy used in the home depends on many other factors, including how much air conditioning the house uses, how warm or cool the air is, and how long the house is left to cool.
It also depends on how long it takes for the air to cool down, according to the study.
Air conditioning is important because it reduces air pollution, which can contribute to asthma and other health problems.
But for many Americans, it also means not having to spend more money on a new house or a new appliance.
It is also a relatively low-cost source of electricity for many homeowners, since the electricity used in air conditioning comes from natural gas and coal, not coal-fired power plants.
There’s a lot more we can do to encourage air conditioning and help people avoid air pollution.
That’s why we have a new program called the Clean Energy Revolution, which is being launched today to support air conditioning by promoting clean energy technologies.
What’s in the air?
In general, the United States is in the midst of a serious air pollution crisis, with more than 4,300 deaths a day due to respiratory illnesses.
Air pollution kills about 5 million Americans each year, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
According to the Centers For Disease Control, we’re seeing a dramatic increase in asthma attacks, which leads to more severe and sometimes deadly respiratory diseases.
And it’s not just a problem in the United Kingdom.
China and India also are seeing an increase in their asthma attacks.
China is experiencing more attacks and deaths from air pollution than the United Nations estimates.
And the WHO says that China has the world’s highest death toll from asthma, with almost 9 million deaths.
When air pollution is bad, we are all at risk, says Dr. John R. Sommers, a professor of preventive medicine at the University at Albany School of Medicine and director of the air quality and health sciences program at SUNY Geneseo.
And air pollution can affect everything from our health to our well-being, says Mark Bittman, a researcher at the National Institute on Environmental Health Sciences.
For example, when we spend time outdoors, our air quality is worse, because the air we breathe gets mixed in with the air around us, which means we have more particles in the environment, which have the potential to affect our health.
So the more particles we have in the atmosphere, the more likely we are to get a range of respiratory conditions, including asthma.
Air pollution affects the body in many different ways, according