The shock from the historically wet and destructive hurricanes of a few years ago may be fading for inland residents, but many people in coastal counties continue to live with the after-effects.
Public News Service
Vibrio is being found more often along the Carolina coast as warming temperatures and heavy rains and winds push waves of ocean water inland.
It is common for North Carolina farmworkers to live in grower-provided housing, and that housing often lacks air conditioning. Beyond making it hard to fall asleep, it can be a health risk.