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Smoke gets in their lives: How wildfires have clouded summer for American kids

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Written by Washington Post on August 18, 2021

In early August, the smoke got so bad that many Denverites couldn’t even see the 14,000-foot peaks of the Rocky Mountains, normally visible from most of the city. “It was a really, really rough weekend for anyone with lungs,” said Heather De Keyser, a pediatric pulmonologist at Children’s Hospital Colorado.

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