Some people insist that wearing a face mask smothers them and makes them feel like they’re not getting enough air. An expert discusses what might be going wrong and lays out the basics on how to wear a mask without needing to come up for air.
- Dr. Bill Carroll, Adjunct Professor of Chemistry, Indiana University and former President, American Chemical Society
- Dr. Lucinda Halstead, Medical Director, Evelyn Trammel Institute for Voice and Swallowing, University of South Carolina
- Bill Carroll Profile: Indiana University Bloomington, Department of Chemistry