Fire and ice: Too much of one, not enough of the other?

“Smoke gets in your eyes”—famous words from a show tune in a 1933 musical. The song was destined to become one of America’s favorite love songs whose lyrics generations of lovers young and old — especially the old ones — knew by heart. It happens to be true: smoke does get in your eyes. And your nose and throat. Smoke makes your eyes go all watery, your nose twitchy, and your throat scratchy. It…

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