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Asthma Quiz: Test Your Knowledge!

Asthma is a chronic condition that is characterized by inflamed, swollen airways. Inflammation makes the airways very sensitive and can inhibit the ability to breathe. There are several different types of asthma, which can include a variety of symptoms such as shortness of breath, coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, and more! How much do you know about asthma? We’re about to find out! Answer the 8 questions in our asthma quiz below and see how well you do!

Asthma quiz: Let’s get started!


How common is asthma in the U.S.?


Asthma is the ____ ranking cause of hospitalization among children younger than 15.


Which state is the most air polluted?


True or False: Women are more likely to have asthma than men.


What is the most common type of asthma?


True or False: Only severe asthmatics need to take inhaled corticosteroids.


Which of these foods has low histamine levels?


Which country has the highest prevalence of asthma?

How many did you get right?

  • 0-1: Maybe it’s time to brush up on your asthma knowledge. Start with learning the basics of asthma.
  • 2-3: You know a bit, but there’s still lots to learn! Maybe try reading up on what causes asthma.
  • 4-5: Not bad! It sounds like you’re ready to learn the nuances of living with asthma. Check out this article on common asthma myths and misconceptions.
  • 6-8: Pro-status! You clearly have some experience with asthma. Are you interested in sharing your experience with others so they can learn more? Tell us about your asthma journey.

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