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Drought and heat exacerbate wildfires

The unusually hot and dry summer in parts of the northern hemisphere has turned fields and forests into fuel for fires which are raging from the Arctic to the Mediterranean. These wildfires are devastating large regions, with far-reaching impacts for the environment, ecosystems, human health and the climate.

The wildfires are notable because they are happening in some places such as Scandinavia which are not accustomed to them. Advances in satellite technology has made it possible to monitor wildfire activity better than in the past.

In addition to the direct threat from burning, wildfires also release pollutants detrimental for human health and ecosystems. Close to the fires, smoke is a health risk because it contains a mixture of hazardous gases and small particles that can irritate the eyes and respiratory system. The effects of smoke exposure and inhalation range from eye and respiratory tract irritation to more serious disorders, including reduced lung function, bronchitis, exacerbated asthma and premature death. Exposure to particulate matter is the main public health threat from short-term exposure to wildfire smoke, according to the  World Health  Organization .

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home remedies for asthma - fast relief?

I am looking for some home remedies for asthma for quick relief - open airway. I have those spray inhaler (pro-AIR), it works okay, but almost running out and I don't want to go to doctor. I want to know if you know or try any home remedies.


I've had asthma for 17 years and I can tell you there are no quick fixes. But after a while you can learn to control your breathing and it will go away in about 30 minutes. If there were quick fixes why would the sell inhalers?


Try the video in this web page. It works for me!
It is called the Buteyko Breathing Technique
http://www.squidoo.com/buteyko-breathing -techniques