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Old 08-13-2001, 03:19 PM   #1
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Post Best/worst places for allergies

While it seems to be the standard for most doctors, etc., to say "there is no best place for allergies," personal experience and common sense simply dictate this really is not true. For example, every time I go from Minneapolis to Duluth (which is on the tip of Lake Superior and about 600-800 feet lower than the surrounding countryside), I feel MUCH better -- at any time of the "allergy season" (which in Minneapolis, is about March through October for me). My question is: does anyone know of places that are better or worse for pollen allergies? Ragweed is awful for me, trees bother me, and grasses are also bad. From what I've heard/seen, Texas is terrible, and much of the Midwest is bad. But as far as East Coast vs West Coast, etc., there seems to be conflicting views. Any and all input is greatly appreciated!! :-)

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