If you experience severe asthma symptoms, take this quiz to find out if they're caused by E-asthma.
In the United States, more than 26 million people suffer from asthma, meaning about 1 in 13 Americans has the condition, but not everyone's asthma is the same. For some sufferers who have severe symptoms, eosinophils are to blame. These white blood cells are a normal part of the body's immune system, but for some people, they can cause inflammation in the airways, resulting in the symptoms of E-asthma, or eosinophilic asthma. If you're constantly reaching for your inhaler, take this quiz to find out if you have E-asthma.