Climate crisis, wildfires and our health September 11, 2020

Kenneth Lans, MD, MBA, Washington PSR | Seattle Times

The wildfire-caused cloud of smoke and particulate matter that has once again settled over Puget Sound — it’s even worse east of the mountains than here in Seattle — should weigh heavily on our minds, just as it does on our lungs. It’s a visible, palpable, hard-to-ignore reminder of the intimate connection between the environment — and what we dump in to it — and our health.

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