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The Best Cities in the US to Live in When it comes to Allergies

Anyone who has ever considered whether their allergies are in any way related to the city in which they live may wish to take a look at the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America’s list of the best cities for allergy sufferers to live in.  

The list, compiled with the help of pollen count data, allergy medication usage and lists of board-certified allergists in these cities is of interest to allergy sufferers trying to distinguish the factors that may trigger their allergies and the degree of significance associated with these triggers.

The cities with better than average conditions for sufferers included Boston, Stockton in California, Ogden in Utah, Salt Lake City and Sacramento in California.  Of the 100 cities taken into consideration, communities with moist air were ranked among the best cities in which to live.  Cities with moist air are considered better for allergy sufferers than cities with dry cold air.  This is because this dry cold air tends to disrupt the membranes of the nose and this is not beneficial for allergy sufferers.

Allergists have found that there are a number of factors within a location that determine the severity of allergy symptoms.  These factors include but are not limited to the size of the city in which the allergy sufferer resides, weather conditions in that city, pollen count and the availability of allergists in that area. 

Smaller, less populated areas are considered beneficial for allergy sufferers.  This is because pollution levels tend to be lower in these areas.  Residents in cities close to water are considered to be at less of a risk of allergies as are residents in cities that experience low pollen counts.  Cities with high board-certified allergists to city resident ratios are better for allergy sufferers as they are more likely to receive a proper diagnosis and hence a fitting treatment regime.

While there are numerous factors that determine whether a city is ‘good’ or ‘bad’ for an allergy sufferer, the information that has lead to these conclusions is highly generalized.  Allergies are as unique as the individual suffering from them and allergy sufferers are not advised to all flock to one of the cities considered beneficial.  Conditions in cities can change on a regular basis.  Pollen counts fluctuate season to season and from year to year.  This means that a city may be considered beneficial for allergy sufferers one year but may pose challenges for them the next.

Allergy sufferers living in cities all over the world should ensure that they seek professional medical advice on how best to manage their allergies.  Mild allergies may be best treated with over-the-counter remedies while more severe allergies may require more specialty, prescription-only treatment. can supply over-the-counter and prescription-only anti-allergy medication to those who require them.  Drugs can be ordered by fax, email, mail, online or by phone.  This licensed Canadian pharmacy supplies 100% genuine products and offers all customers a 100% satisfaction guarantee in addition to its lowest price guarantee. is the leading provider of cheap medications and as a member of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA), International Pharmacy Association of British Columbia (IPABC) and Pharmacychecker, allergy sufferers can be sure that when they are buying Canada drugs, they are buying safe medications.

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