With more than 500,000 nasal and sinus surgeries a year, it is one of the most common procedures in the U.S. Still, some patients suffer afterward from "empty nose syndrome," which leaves the patients feeling as though they are suffocating. Also, an update on Zika and what has been learned since the disease first gained attention. And, how pets help their owners stay healthy and positive.
Dr. Subinoy Das, CEO, U.S. Institute for Advanced Sinus Care and Research
Dr. Diane Gorgas, Professor of Emergency Medicine, Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center and Executive Director, The Health Sciences Center for Global Health at Ohio State University
Dr. Rustin Moore, Dean, Ohio State University's College of Veterinary Medicine