Oklahoma City ranked seventh on the list, with high pollen, high medicine use, and only an average number of allergists contributing to their score of 83.61.
Rounding out the top 20 is Springfield, Massachusetts, earning a score of 70.91, and jumping six spots from the previous year, with average pollen, medicine use, and allergist numbers.
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Still, in some places, allergies hit harder than others; that is to say, if you’ve ever felt like your allergy symptoms are less pronounced in Boston than they are in, say Wichita, know that you’re not imagining things.
The AAFA’s list of the worst offenders when it comes to spring allergies are nothing to sneeze at.
Of the 18-34 age bracket we analyzed, a whopping 83.2% are single.
It has a great small town vibe and, with the Berkshire Mountains acting as the city’s backdrop, Pittsfield is a pretty romantic place to date. With just 61% of the population single, 15% of it holding a bachelor degree or higher, and just under 17 bars and restaurants per capita, this metro area is not ideal if you’re looking for love.Plus, Champaign-Urbana is home to the University of Illinois, so there’s plenty to do on any given night in this college town.Catch the Fighting Illini take on a opponent on the gridiron or enjoy a concert at the If you’re looking for a high concentration of singles, look no further than Pittsfield.Sadly, for a less-fortunate group of people, spring also signals the advent of allergy season.According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, more than 50 million people suffer from seasonal allergies in the United States alone, with symptoms peaking in the fall and spring.Add to that a great bar scene– an incredible 31 establishments for every 1,000 people, or With colleges like Harvard, MIT, and Boston College calling this area home, it’s no surprise that it has some of the most tech-savvy singles in the nation.