Ask the Experts: E-Asthma Risks and Causes

Watch Dr. Oz explain eosinophilic asthma, also called e-asthma, a form of the respiratory condition that affects adults and has severe symptoms. Learn why e-asthma is different from other forms of asthma and how it is diagnosed.

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