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Maui wildfire survivors may face "fire brain," cognitive challenges from breathing in smoke

As survivors of the Maui wildfires work to rebuild their lives and homes, some may be faced with something called "fire brain," cognitive and physical issues caused by breathing in tiny particles from wildfire smoke. Adam Brown, an associate professor of psychology at the New School, joined CBS News to discuss how these effects can appear weeks, months or even years after the fire.
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