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How to reduce breathing-related health risks

Kim Raff/The Associated Press<br>Brendon Boyd plays with a model plane as the Quail Wildfire burns in the background in Alpine, Utah, Tuesday. Children – whose airways are still developing – breathe more air per pound of body weight than adults, and so are more likely to be adversely affected by smoke from a wildfire.

Kim Raff/The Associated Press<br>Brendon Boyd plays with a model plane as the Quail Wildfire burns in the background in Alpine, Utah, Tuesday. Children – whose airways are still developing – breathe more air per pound of body weight than adults, and so are more likely to be adversely affected by smoke from a wildfire.

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