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What are the best and worst parts of the united states for living with seasonal allergies?

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Dr. Maziar Rezvani
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
4 doctors agree

In brief: The best areas

Are coastal. Due to better air quality and constant air movement.
The worse areas are those with a combination of high/heavy pollen counts in combination with high air diesel particulate matter content. Most of these are found in the southeast and southwest.

In brief: The best areas

Are coastal. Due to better air quality and constant air movement.
The worse areas are those with a combination of high/heavy pollen counts in combination with high air diesel particulate matter content. Most of these are found in the southeast and southwest.
Dr. Maziar Rezvani
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Varies

Different areas have different allergens—grasses, ragweed, trees, pollens, molds, mildews.
Wet climates will have more molds & mildews. Warmer climates, more flowering plant allergens. Traditionally, hot, dry climates seem the best locations for those with significant allergies.

In brief: Varies

Different areas have different allergens—grasses, ragweed, trees, pollens, molds, mildews.
Wet climates will have more molds & mildews. Warmer climates, more flowering plant allergens. Traditionally, hot, dry climates seem the best locations for those with significant allergies.
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