A group of researchers at the College of Charleston makes a convincing case : “The town provides an escape from the university environment and all that it entails: roommates, classes, and studies. Therefore, a town or city that provides opportunities such as museums, shopping, sports, concerts, and the like may be better all-around environments for many students. However, too many distractions can be detrimental to the student as well. A delicate balance, then, must be struck between the university setting and the environment surrounding it to ensure that students have the opportunity to succeed.”
we moved to georgia 8 months ago and my whole family has been sick with one type of an allergy or the other! All our relatives who live here, as well as everyone we are getting acquainted with, all suffer from severe allergies. Everyone is on Zertec. Some complain that the recommended doses no longer work for them and have doubled their intake of meds…..and still have allergy symptoms – like headaches, congestion, etc. We’re thiking of moving out….but like everyone else on this forum is wondering……where do we go! Our research is pointing towards San Fransisco and San Diego. If anyone has any feedback from those areas, please please please fill us in!