Have you ever wondered where allergies are the most severe in Florida? FDP Mold Remediation has the answer, based on local Google search data. We can understand what topics are important to people by studying what information they look for on Google.
Our research underscores the importance of addressing mold allergies, which are often underestimated by the public. Mold can thrive in Florida's humid and warm climate and poses particular risks to children. Detecting and removing mold can be challenging, as attempting to do so without professional assistance may release more mold spores into the air, exacerbating the problem. Mold can also worsen other allergies, especially for individuals sensitive to airborne irritants like dust mites or pet dander. In such cases, seeking professional advice is the best course of action.
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By sharing this research with you, we aim to provide valuable insights into the prevalence of allergies in Florida and the critical need to address mold-related issues. People commonly associate allergies with hay fever and pollen, certain foods, or animals. Still, it's important to recognize the dangers of mold allergies, about which the public is often less aware.
We examined Google search data encompassing various allergy-related terms frequently used by individuals suffering from allergies, such as "allergy medicine," "mold allergy symptoms," "cetirizine," "symptoms of black mold exposure," and "allergy test." This thorough analysis was conducted across the 59 most populous cities and towns in Florida to determine which locations had the highest rates of allergy-related searches, which may be the places where people are experiencing the most severe allergy issues.
Overall, our research revealed that across the 59 cities in the study, there are more than 104,000 monthly searches for the 41 analyzed allergy-related terms.
The study analyzes 41 different allergy-related search terms and determines the average monthly searches in each city during 2023. Depending on the population, these numbers are adjusted accordingly to establish a rate of searches per 100,000 people, enabling a fair ranking of the cities.
The Top Ten Florida Cities With The Highest Rates of Allergy Searches
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Our findings revealed that Orlando stands out as the most allergic city in Florida, with an average of 3,004 searches per 100,000 people each month, marking the highest rate in Florida. Orlando is closely followed by Pensacola, with approximately 2,838 searches per 100,000 residents, making it the second most allergic city in Florida. Notably, Pensacola had the highest number of searches for cetirizine, an antihistamine commonly used to alleviate allergy symptoms. Miami, Florida's second-largest city, had the largest number of searches overall but took the third spot when adjusted for comparison, coming in at a rate of approximately 2,828 searches per 100,000 residents per month.
Our study also identified Bradenton as Florida's fourth most allergic city, with a rate of 2,656 searches per 100,000 residents. Kissimmee secured the fifth spot, recording 2,545 searches for allergy terms per 100,000 people in this city of Osceola County.
Rounding out the top ten most allergic cities in Florida were Melbourne, Sarasota, Ocala, Fort Myers, and Wellington.
On the other end of the spectrum, Cape Coral emerged as the Florida city with the lowest rate of searches for allergy-related terms, with just 417 monthly searches per 100,000 people - a rate more than seven times lower than that of Orlando, which topped the list. The bottom five cities in terms of allergy searches were Palm Coast, North Port, Port St. Lucie, and Palm Bay.
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