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