Fall Allergy Cities

(Photo: SXC user pixkit)

In non-H1N1 news, which this site does still cover sometimes, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America released its autumn allergies report for the 100 largest cities in the United States. McAllen, TX gets the dubious honor of number one, and my metro area (Denver) hit 84. To see the other regions that cracked the top five or to see where your city falls, check out the full report:

AAFA and the Fall 2009 Allergy Capitals

6 responses to “Fall Allergy Cities”

  1. Allie says:

    Wow! I’m really surprised that Rochester is 66. That is much further down on the list than I thought it was. And I’m not surprised that NYC is on the first page. I had more allergy/asthma problems when I was in the city than I’ve had in years.

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