Highlights

•    Wildfire PM2.5 associated with asthma and combined respiratory diseases
•    Children displayed significant associations between smoke exposure and asthma.
•    Wildfire PM2.5 associated with asthma, bronchitis, combined respiratory in adults
•    Older adults did not exhibit associations with examined respiratory outcomes.
•    Cardiovascular outcomes not associated in grouped or stratified analysis

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