Connecticut experts offer tips to help cut wood-smoke pollution from fireplaces, stoves

The smell of smoke from wood-burning fireplaces is common during the winter. But if you have respiratory problems, the smoke may irritate your lungs. Try to avoid it when you’re outside and use “best burn” practices indoors in your wood-burning fireplace or stove. (Dreamstime)

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