Wildfire smoke has become a new way of life for some of us. Lately, for Seattle, the air quality is the equivalent of smoking 7 cigarettes a day. Staying indoors as much as possible with dark sepia tinted skies does not make for a very fun summer. But suffering from headaches, cough, sore throat and irritated sinuses from the smoke makes it even worse. Look over this handout for some strategies on how to combat the effects of wildfire smoke.