i wanted some feed back about where is the best places to live with fibro. not just climate but also,acess to compassinate health care ,affordable too. i live in ct. it's cold and damp, yet because of global warming i won't move to any place too hot. would it be a mistake moveing more north?where it's perhaps colder but dryer in the winters and the pace of life is slower.
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