Our doctors always ask us about our health history in the form of genes and never ask us about the quality of the air, water and food we put into our bodies. Where we live is just as important if not more. Many health problems can be directly linked to the area where we reside. Enter Bill Davenhall, who created a database of information to merge with medical records so doctors could have a complete history of the patient. This talk at TedMed is as inspirational as it can be. Also visit ESRI to learn more about the work being done.