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Got Allergies? Here’s Where You Might Want to Live Instead

Got Allergies? Here’s Where You Might Want to Live Instead

Allergy season is upon us, and it’s already looking brutal. Experts across the country have reported an early spike in allergy season, and doctors are saying this season’s allergies are extra aggressive. Many people have shared their allergies appear more like cold symptoms.

Of course, that all depends on where you are in the country. Some states have it much, much worse when it comes to allergies. Air quality website HouseFresh analyzed pollution, housing data and pollen forecasts to determine which parts of America were the best and worst for allergies.

If you’re in the Rocky Mountains — Utah, Nevada, Wyoming, Arizona or Colorado — you’re in luck this allergy season; the sky is looking pretty clear for you. But if you find yourself in the South Central U.S. — Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma Missouri or Texas — you’ll definitely want to stock up on some tissues and allergy meds.

Here are HouseFresh findings:

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