Hazard reduction burning has big respiratory impact

Public health experts have called for improved forecasting around hazard reduction burning in order to reduce hospitalisations for cardiac and respiratory conditions. The call comes after the experts estimated that 14 premature deaths, 29 cardiovascular hospitalisations and 58 respiratory hospitalisations were attributable to smoke from hazard reduction burning over six smoky days in Sydney during ...

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