Do face masks really protect you from smoky air?

Colby Adams, an environmental health expert with the Idaho Division of Public Health, discusses the health benefits -- or lack thereof -- of wearing masks over the mouth and nose to filter wildfire smoke.
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Colby Adams, an environmental health expert with the Idaho Division of Public Health, discusses the health benefits -- or lack thereof -- of wearing masks over the mouth and nose to filter wildfire smoke.

Treasure Valley air ‘very unhealthy.’ So should you really wear a mask?

September 06, 2017 02:26 PM