Wildfires and Respiratory Health

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Since 2017, California has seen a worsening series of fire seasons — with 2020 setting a record of more than 4 million acres burned. Tens of thousands of people have had to flee their homes — in some cases, more than once — and millions have been exposed to some of the worst air quality in the world. 

This week on UC Davis LIVE, hear from two UC Davis public health experts who have been studying how fires and smoke affect people, including pregnant moms and infants.

The guests: