These are the most Googled medical issues by state

Diabetes, asthma and arthritis are some of the most-searched health conditions by U.S. residents.

Using Google Trends software, Salt Lake City-based MedicareHealthPlans researchers analyzed the search volume of various medical conditions to find the most-searched conditions by residents of all 50 states and Washington, D.C., during the past year.

Here are the most Googled medical conditions for all 50 states and Washington, D.C., listed in alphabetical order by state.

  1. Alabama — itching
  2. Alaska — substance abuse
  3. Arizona — diabetes
  4. Arkansas — swelling
  5. California — diabetes
  6. Colorado — asthma
  7. Connecticut — asthma
  8. Delaware — breast cancer
  9. Florida — herpes
  10. Georgia — syphilis
  11. Hawaii — coughing
  12. Idaho — arthritis
  13. Illinois — diabetes
  14. Indiana — diabetes
  15. Iowa — obesity
  16. Kansas — coughing
  17. Kentucky — bronchitis
  18. Louisiana — HIV
  19. Maine — opioid use disorder
  20. Maryland — asthma
  21. Massachusetts — asthma
  22. Michigan — syphilis
  23. Minnesota — arthritis
  24. Mississippi — herpes
  25. Missouri — diabetes
  26. Montana — alcoholism
  27. Nebraska — coughing
  28. Nevada — diabetes
  29. New Hampshire — asthma
  30. New Jersey — chlamydia
  31. New Mexico — diabetes
  32. New York — asthma
  33. North Carolina — itching
  34. North Dakota — insomnia
  35. Ohio — bronchitis
  36. Oklahoma — lupus
  37. Oregon — abdominal pain
  38. Pennsylvania — asthma
  39. Rhode Island — arthritis
  40. South Carolina — influenza
  41. South Dakota — migraine
  42. Tennessee — lupus
  43. Texas — abdominal pain
  44. Utah — diabetes
  45. Vermont — arthritis
  46. Virginia — diabetes
  47. Washington — diabetes
  48. District of Columbia — HIV
  49. West Virginia — thyroid problems
  50. Wisconsin — coughing
  51. Wyoming — diarrhea

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