The United States and Canada are both on track to have the highest number of people with chronic illness and the highest death rates, according to a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
The U.K. and Australia are in the middle, with both having similar levels of chronic illness.
But the U,S., and Canada have had far less impact on overall health than other countries, according the report.
The report also shows that the U is on track for a large reduction in death rates over the next few years.
But it does not explain why.
The authors of the report say the new findings are important for “thinking about the potential implications of climate change for the U [and] Canada [and for] other countries.”
The U., which suffered its worst winter in nearly two decades, has seen a number of high-profile heat waves, including a record-breaking winter last year in which more than 80,000 people died in the U