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Arkansas

State or CountyTotal PopulationPediatric AsthmaAdult AsthmaCOPDLung Cancer
Arkansas 2,978,204 59,801 230,009 221,573 2,401
Arkansas 18,433 361 1,443 1,447 15
Ashley 20,838 415 1,619 1,641 17
Baxter 41,053 620 3,379 3,828 33
Benton 249,672 5,671 18,467 16,995 202
Boone 37,222 708 2,918 2,986 30
Bradley 11,094 221 861 869 9
Calhoun 5,229 81 437 451 4
Carroll 27,704 522 2,188 2,301 22
Chicot 11,027 215 862 884 9
Clark 22,633 367 1,824 1,666 18
Clay 15,109 268 1,209 1,255 12
Cleburne 25,467 424 2,064 2,249 21
Cleveland 8,311 159 653 669 7
Columbia 24,114 436 1,904 1,805 19
Conway 21,019 408 1,648 1,666 17
Craighead 104,354 2,192 7,898 7,157 84
Crawford 61,703 1,298 4,726 4,620 50
Crittenden 48,963 1,151 3,608 3,380 39
Cross 17,284 355 1,329 1,323 14
Dallas 7,604 142 603 629 6
Desha 11,965 259 907 917 10
Drew 18,778 352 1,473 1,399 15
Faulkner 121,552 2,435 9,326 8,162 98
Franklin 17,702 350 1,377 1,380 14
Fulton 12,204 212 982 1,081 10
Garland 97,177 1,706 7,785 8,111 78
Grant 18,102 358 1,414 1,398 15
Greene 44,196 926 3,375 3,232 36
Hempstead 22,084 489 1,661 1,656 18
Hot Spring 33,426 600 2,679 2,648 27
Howard 13,300 291 1,003 1,003 11
Independence 37,052 751 2,856 2,810 30
Izard 13,445 208 1,112 1,199 11
Jackson 17,338 296 1,405 1,366 14
Jefferson 71,565 1,399 5,601 5,412 58
Johnson 26,141 551 1,989 1,930 21
Lafayette 6,996 116 574 605 6
Lawrence 16,779 316 1,318 1,328 14
Lee 9,650 159 786 759 8
Lincoln 13,820 207 1,151 1,050 12
Little River 12,472 234 984 1,009 10
Logan 21,714 405 1,724 1,767 18
Lonoke 71,645 1,587 5,372 4,990 58
Madison 15,767 316 1,229 1,250 13
Marion 16,185 239 1,359 1,525 13
Miller 43,908 902 3,378 3,259 35
Mississippi 43,738 985 3,270 3,099 35
Monroe 7,399 135 592 621 6
Montgomery 8,970 146 736 812 7
Nevada 8,558 161 677 700 7
Newton 7,913 133 643 698 6
Ouachita 24,358 467 1,922 1,968 19
Perry 10,189 190 813 825 8
Phillips 19,513 440 1,455 1,453 16
Pike 10,824 204 855 866 9
Poinsett 24,040 481 1,864 1,849 19
Polk 20,216 404 1,562 1,647 16
Pope 63,390 1,230 4,928 4,579 51
Prairie 8,291 142 672 712 7
Pulaski 392,664 7,852 30,450 28,558 315
Randolph 17,469 329 1,373 1,406 14
Saline 117,460 2,360 9,058 8,904 95
Scott 10,513 213 813 834 9
Searcy 7,869 136 635 687 6
Sebastian 127,780 2,635 9,822 9,366 103
Sevier 17,290 422 1,247 1,177 14
Sharp 16,912 296 1,351 1,474 14
St. Francis 26,589 510 2,087 1,957 22
Stone 12,456 208 1,011 1,115 10
Union 40,144 813 3,111 3,095 32
Van Buren 16,771 285 1,356 1,473 14
Washington 225,477 4,776 16,954 14,630 183
White 79,161 1,596 6,092 5,778 64
Woodruff 6,741 121 539 564 5
Yell 21,713 452 1,664 1,659 18

*DISCLAIMER: The numbers in this publication reflect the estimated prevalence and incidence of lung disease, and not the actual number. These estimates are based on state or national incidence and prevalence estimates applied to the age-specific population of each county; no adjustments are made for any other factors that may affect the actual local prevalence. When citing this information, please be careful to ensure that the nature and limitations of these estimates are understood.

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