When it comes to fall allergies, Oklahoma's two biggest cities are some of the most challenging places to live in the country.
Oklahoma City ranks No. 7 out of a list of Top 100 "Allergy Capitals" for fall 2012. Tulsa ranks No. 19.
Both cities faired better in the rankings this year than 2011, a year in which OKC was No. 5 and Tulsa No. 10.
Both OKC and Tulsa recorded "worse than average" pollen and medicine utilization scores.
Louisville, Ky. took the top spot for 2012.
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