Lyme disease has tripled in the last two decades, according to the CDC. This insect-carried disease can cause symptoms like rashes, joint pain and headaches.
There used to be a vaccine for Lyme disease, but it was taken off the market because of low sales. Now, some doctors are calling for a change.
Today on Wellness Wednesday, we’ll talk about the future of treating Lyme disease, the antidote for opioid overdoses and more.
- Dennis Cauchon, former USA Today reporter, Executive Director of Harm Reduction Ohio
- Taylor Bennet, Advocacy Director for Harm Reduction Ohio
- Dr. Stanley Plotkin, Researcher and professor at the University of Pennsylvania
- Grethchen Reynolds, columnist for the New York Times Well Blog