Quiz: Do You Have E-Asthma?

If you experience severe asthma symptoms, take this quiz to find out if they're caused by E-asthma.

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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.

Quiz: What's Your Skin Type?

So you know how to best take care of it.

All skin is beautiful — but not the same! From oily to dry and everything in between, there are so many different skin types. What skin type do you have? Answer these quick questions to help find out. New York City dermatologist Dr. Dendy Engelman will tell you what makes that skin type unique, what can be expected from day to day, and how it might react to new products and cleanses.