How to cope with bad air in fire season

IDYLLWILD, CA - JULY 26:  Firefighters work as the Cranston Fire burns in San Bernardino National Forest on July 26, 2018 near Idyllwild, California. Fire crews are battling the 4,700-acre fire in the midst of a heat wave.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
IDYLLWILD, CA - JULY 26: Firefighters work as the Cranston Fire burns in San Bernardino National Forest on July 26, 2018 near Idyllwild, California. Fire crews are battling the 4,700-acre fire in the midst of a heat wave. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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The Cranston Fire in Riverside County pushed more than 3,000 people out of their homes. But the fire danger extends past the evacuation zones. The smoke is deleterious to the health of people in the surrounding areas. An advisory is in effect for Perris Valley, Anza, Hemet and San Jacinto Valley, Banning Pass, and the Coachella Valley.