I have patients who live in south central Kansas. From all I've read, this area is one of the worst in the US for inhalent allergies. I was wondering what the lowest readings (best places to live) were for the US? I hear any of the high plains regions with a drier climate and high elevation. Is this true?


Thank you for your inquiry.

Unfortunately, I am not going to be able to offer you much help because it would be impossible to make a judgment decision as to the best place to live without knowing precisely what the allergies were, and this can only be determined by a combination of history and results of testing.

Thank you again for your inquiry.

Phil Lieberman, M.D.

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