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How wildfire smoke affects the body, and how to protect yourself

It can impact your respiratory system and your eyes, elevate your heartbeat, even trigger headaches and chest pain. And if you have asthma or chronic heart and lung diseases, smoke from wildfires ... ... read more

Wildfire Smoke Impacting Local Air Quality

Smoke from wildfires and structure fires contain harmful chemicals that can affect your health. Smoke can cause eye and throat irritation, coughing, and difficulty breathing. People who are at greates... read more

How To Keep Yourself Safe From Wildfire Smoke

Exposure to smoke can cause a range of health effects, from eye and lung irritation to asthma and premature death. Particulate matter is the main public health threat during short-term exposure to wil... read more

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Woolsey Fire sends smoke into Southland skies

Wildfire smoke is a mixture of small particles, gases and water vapor, and the primary health concern is the small particles, which can cause burning eyes, runny nose ... and/or chest pain. DPH offere... read more


Air Quality: smoke will continue in Lake County

Smoke settled in and remained throughout Lake County in ... it is prudent to be careful until conditions stabilize.” Smoky conditions can cause irritation of the eyes, nose and air passages, which can ... read more

Limit Outdoor Time: Poor Air Quality Due to Smoke From Fires

... particles can cause burning eyes, runny nose, scratchy throat, headaches and illness. For those with sensitive conditions, the smoke can cause difficulty breathing, wheezing, coughing, fatigue, an... read more

Smoke On The Water Air Quality For Los Alamitos, Seal Beach

Wildfire smoke is a mixture of small particles, gases and water vapor, and the primary health concern is the small particles, which can cause burning eyes, runny nose, scratchy throat, headaches ... read more

CDPH Recommends Stay Indoors and Reduce Outdoor Activity To Avoid Wildfire Smoke Inhalation

“Smoke from wildfires can cause eye and lung irritation. Breathing smoke can also make asthma symptoms worse. People with underlying lung or heart problems should limit their exposure by staying ... read more

Woolsey Fire: Smoke advisory in place due to unhealthy air quality

Wildfire smoke is a mixture of small particles, gases and water vapor, and the primary health concern is the small particles, which can cause burning eyes, runny nose ... and/or chest pain. DPH offere... read more

Don’t let smoke blind you

Prolonged exposure to harmful toxic compounds in the environment causes irritation in the eyes. The smoke released from burning substances like charcoal, wood, biomass and burning of unrefined cooking ... read more

Officials Recommend N95 Mask for Wildfire Smoke

Wildfire smoke can cause anyone to become sick ... Immediate health effects include: Coughing Trouble breathing Stinging eyes Scratchy throat Chest pain Headaches Fast heartbeat The best way to preven... read more

Stay Indoors Today, Cerritos-Artesia: Smoke Pollution Worsens

The danger from wildfire smoke is a mixture of small particles made of gases and water vapor that cause a myriad of symptoms from itching and burning eyes, runny nose and dry throat to more ... read more



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