Wildfire smoke can cause a range of symptoms such as coughing, burning eyes and shortness of breath. More seriously, the smoke can trigger asthma attacks or, more chronically, lead to heart problems and has even been linked to the development of cancer.
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“Two years ago, when the fires hit California, I couldn’t even go to work, much less get out of the house because I would surely have an asthma attack. I was given N-95 masks but they were too big for my face. Then I discovered Cambridge N-99 masks on Amazon. I tried one and I felt so good with it that I bought another so I would still have one to wear when I washed it.”
Note: Cambridge Masks are not firefighting equipment and should not be used to enter/leave burning buildings or when extinguishing fires. Seek advice from your local fire department for information about emergency escape masks. The information contained on this page and our website as a whole should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your medical practitioner for specific medical consultation.