Fire Health Danger

By: Christian De La Rosa Email
By: Christian De La Rosa Email

It's everywhere, the dark clouds and burning smell of smoke left behind by last week's fires. And asthma patients are feeling the punch.

Doctors say there are a few things you can do to make life easier such as wearing a mask or staying indoors. Patients who have a history of asthma or allergies should stay indoors in air conditioning.

Experts also say patients shouldn't treat this lightly, but rather as a reminder to always be ready.

"When humidity is high I try to stay cool and if I have to deal with the heat, I just keep my medicines with me. I have my inhaler right here."

The American Lung Association also recommends having an air filter in your home to eliminate air particles and keep your home allergy free.


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