A recent report from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America was released about the worst cities for fall allergies this year. It’s no surprise that Dayton made the top 10 (although we moved down from sixth to eighth). If you are an allergy sufferer, or have a child who has seasonal allergies, you probably knew this already. The top offenders for this time of year in Dayton are: ragweed, amaranth, goosefoot, marsh elder and sage, according to the report.
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