Tips given on breathing smoke, ashes



MICHAEL COONS/The Acorn LETTING IT BURN- Firefighters watch as flames engulf a hillside in Simi Valley on Sunday.

By Stephanie Bertholdo
Acorn Staff Writer

Even if you’re not living next door to one of the many firestorms that raged recently across Southern California—blowing ashes everywhere—poor air quality can be dangerous for anyone with respiratory problems, the very old and very young.
According to Darilyn Rice, RN, at Drs. Block, Baker and Gonzalez Pu...

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