NEW YORK (NBC) - The Midwestern city of Wichita tops the 2013 fall allergy capitals report, put out by the asthma and allergy foundation of America.
The report ranks the most challenging cities to live in for people with fall allergies, based on pollen scores, the number of allergy medications taken per patient, and the number of practicing allergists per patient.
Allergists say ragweed is the primary allergy trigger this year and outdoor mold will also be a problem because of weather and wind patterns.
Jackson, Mississippi; Knoxville, Tennessee; Louisville, Kentucky; and Memphis, Tennessee round out the top five worst fall allergy cities.
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