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  • How to Improve Your Sense of Smell

    How to Improve Your Sense of Smell

    Be watchful of your sense of smell because a degraded sense of smell can affect your daily life to a great extent or even put your life in danger.

  • Could High Fat Diet lead to reduced Sense of Smell?

    Could High Fat Diet lead to reduced Sense of Smell?

    A recent study has concluded that high-fat diet may lead to reduced sense of smell in mice. While the study cannot be applied to humans, there is a link between the our sense of smell and metabolism.

  • What is Smell Disorder?

    What is Smell Disorder?

    People who experience smell disorders either have a loss in their ability to smell or changes in the way they perceive odors.

  • How common is Smell Disorder?

    How common is Smell Disorder?

    Smell Disorder: Problems with smell increase as people get older, and they are more common in men than women.

  • How does our sense of smell work?

    How does our sense of smell work?

    Specialized sensory cells, called olfactory sensory neurons, are found in a small patch of tissue high inside the nose. These cells connect directly to the brain. Read more to know how or sense of smell work.

  • Study: Training can Improve your Sense of Smell

    Study: Training can Improve your Sense of Smell

    Training can help you smell better, claim researchers of New York University. Findings of the study reflect that olfactory impairment may reflect damage in sensory system, which if not used regularly gradually loses its ability.

  •  Dont Ignore Smell and Taste Problems

    Dont Ignore Smell and Taste Problems

    Problems with smell and taste can make your life miserable.  They can also be dangerous.
    It's normal for smell and taste to gradually decline as you age.  But according to NIH's National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), more than 250,000 Americans visit their doctor each year because of a smell or taste disorder.  Adults over the age of 60 are most likely to have a problem, with loss of smell occurring more frequently than loss of taste.

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