By Bethany Henrick | October 18, 2019
50 years ago asthma was a rarity, and many allergies that are now commonplace were unheard of. Yet today, the CDC estimates asthma rates have increased by 28 percent since 2001. We’re feeling the cost of this downturn in health: per-person spending for healthcare rose by 4.2 percent in 2017 alone, with rising diabetes rates being the biggest contributor.
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