An impaired sense of smell often signals cognitive decline, but ‘smell training’ could help – The Conversation AU

An impaired sense of smell often signals cognitive decline, but 'smell training' could help  The Conversation AU

Our ability to smell is a function of the brain, so it makes sense that an impaired sense of smell can point to cognitive decline. The good news is training our ...

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