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Wildfire smoke and poor air quality are coming. Here’s how scientists protect their homes.

On June 27th, 2022

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Over the last few summers, Colorado residents have grown accustomed to hearing the same set of recommendations when wildfire smoke blankets their community: Avoid outdoor exercise. Head inside. Shut the windows.

But experts say those immediate actions only go so far.

Alex Huffman, an associate professor studying air contaminants at the University of Denver, notes smoke can invade a home through cracks and ventilation systems, so preventative measures are necessary to guard indoor air quality and protect people’s health.

"You can't completely stop it, but there are things you can do to help the amount you breathe in," Huffman said.


Image by Sam Brasch/CPR News

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