Google's most-searched diseases, by state

Written by Rachel Popa | May 08, 2019 | Print  |

HPV, celiac disease and diabetes are the most-Googled diseases in the U.S., despite not being as deadly or as prevalent as heart disease, the nation's top killer disease, according to an analysis from insurance research company TermLife2Go.

The diseases Googled most in each state:

Alabama: AIDS
Alaska: Asthma, stroke and liver disease
Arizona: HPV
Arkansas: HPV
California: HPV
Colorado: Asthma
Connecticut: Asthma
Delaware: Liver disease
Florida: Cancer and HPV
Georgia: HPV
Hawaii: Diabetes
Idaho: Celiac disease
Illinois: Relapsing polychondritis
Indiana: Diabetes and HPV
Iowa: Diabetes
Kansas: Celiac disease
Kentucky: Emphysema and asthma
Louisiana: AIDS
Maine: Heart disease, Ebola virus and Lyme disease
Maryland: HPV
Massachusetts: Alzheimer's
Michigan: HPV
Minnesota: Epilepsy
Mississippi: AIDS and multiple sclerosis
Missouri: Colitis
Montana: Rheumatoid arthritis and celiac disease
Nebraska: Scleroderma
Nevada: HPV
New Hampshire: Celiac disease
New Jersey: Colitis
New Mexico: Diabetes
New York: Cancer, HPV, colitis and Chron's disease
North Carolina: HPV
North Dakota: Liver disease
Ohio: HPV
Oklahoma: Lupus
Oregon: AIDS
Pennsylvania: HPV
Rhode Island: HPV
South Carolina: Scleroderma
South Dakota: Diabetes
Tennessee: Asthma
Texas: HPV
Utah: Celiac disease
Vermont: Alzheimer's
Virginia: HPV
Washington: HPV
West Virginia: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, stroke, kidney disease and rheumatoid arthritis
Wisconsin: Diabetes and celiac disease
Wyoming: Pulmonary hypertension and Chron's Crohn's disease

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