Breathing Wildfire Smoke Can Affect, Brain, Sperm and Lungs

Wildfires in California (and across the U.S.) are affecting several areas of the country -- and breathing in that smoke could have very harmful effects on people.

According to studies found by St. George News, pollution and smoke can actually affect the shape of a mans sperm, and their ability to swim! Exposure to smoke has also been found to be connected to the health of the brain, with connections to Alzheimer's disease.

And of course, exposure to smoke can also have an effect on a person's lungs... but research even suggests that it could be connected to heart inflammation too.

Read more on St. George News.

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