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Wood-burning increases risk of asthma attacks and other health problems
Autumn arrives next week, along with cooler temperatures. Millions of Americans use a fireplace to help cut the chill. As a result, levels of fine and ultrafine particles, benzene and other chemicals in the air begin to rise. This is bad news for anyone trying to breathe in or near a home with a fireplace. Every year, asthma hospitalizations rise when the temperatures drop and the wood burning begins.
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