Those who suffer from seasonal allergies may have noticed allergy season coming earlier and lasting longer every year. This phenomenon could be attributed to climate change, and it will likely only get worse in the years to come. Today we'll discuss the affect of climate change on allergy season, how wearable tech could soon affect health insurance plans and more.
- Dr. Leonard Bielory, specialist in allergy and immunology, Rutgers Center of Environmental Prediction
- Dr. Andrew D. Boyd, Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical and Health Information Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago
- Dr. Mysheika Roberts, Medical Director and Assistant Health Commissioner, Columbus Public Health