Symptoms related to wildfire smoke
-Eye, nose and/or throat irritation--runny eyes and/or nose.
-Coughing, sore throat.
-Trouble breathing or tightness of the chest, which may be symptoms of a health emergency.
-The onset of symptoms related to pre-existing respiratory ailments like asthma or emphysema.
-Especially following days or weeks of smoke exposure, increased short-term likelihood of getting a cold or having similar symptoms of less effective immune responses.
-If symptoms persist or are severe, contact your primary health care provider.