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Loss of smell is an often overlooked condition that can be detrimental to health

10/18/2014 - When it comes to senses, eyesight and hearing are typically the ones that receive a great deal of attention. Articles about techniques to improve eyesight include everything from eating healthier foods to taking computer breaks in order to reduce eye strain. To protect hearing, people are urged...

Babies smell their mothers' fear to learn what to be afraid of

9/1/2014 - Mothers may emit odors that teach their babies what to be afraid of, even if the fearful experience is one that the baby has never been exposed to, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan and published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The...

Asparagus may make urine smell funny, but it delivers extraordinary health benefits

7/31/2014 - After consuming asparagus, many people notice that their urine has a distinctly different odor. While not on par with inhaling the pleasant aroma of rose petals, it's a normal process in the body and is not cause for concern. The reason urine smells different after eating asparagus According to Dr....

Fruit flies can smell cancer tumors in humans

2/11/2014 - Fruit flies are able to smell the difference between cancerous and healthy cells, and they can even tell the difference between different strains of cancer, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Konstanz in Germany and the University La Sapienza in Italy and published...

Chemotherapy pills make woman smell so bad her daughter's school bans her from visiting

11/22/2013 - A New Mexico mother has been outlawed from visiting her daughter's elementary school after the principle there deemed her pungent body odor offensive. Kerri Mascareno, who is currently trying to battle stage 4 breast cancer using chemotherapy pills, suffers from a condition known as "chemo smell," a...

Peanut butter smell test serves as early diagnosis for Alzheimer's

10/12/2013 - What if early detection of dementia was as simple as measuring the quality of a person's sense of smell? Researchers from the McKnight Brain Institute Center for Smell and Taste and the University of Florida (UF) seem to think this might be the case, as they recently found that a simple smell test involving...

Dogs can smell lung cancer in humans

4/10/2013 - Canines apparently possess a unique olfactory trait that allows them to sniff out the presence of cancer in the breath of people with the disease. And a new pilot study out of Austria suggests that dogs just might be the wave of the future as far as early detection is concerned, with recent trials showing...

Women can smell STD infection in men, reveals new science

2/13/2012 - Men carrying certain sexually transmitted infections may actually smell worse to women than men without such infections, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Institute of Cytology and Genetics in Novosibirsk, Russia and published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. "Our research...

The smell of pumpkin is a real turn-on for men

2/5/2011 - The smell of pumpkin may produce sexual arousal in men, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation of Chicago. "Throw away the perfume and go get some pumpkin pie," said foundation director Alan Hirsch. Researchers had 31 men between...

Stopping to Smell the Roses Really can Relieve Stress

9/4/2009 - Feeling stressed? Stop and smell the roses. Or perhaps get a good whiff of lavender, lemon, mango, mint, coriander or other fragrant plants. We`ve all heard the old adage that we should take breaks and "stop and smell the roses" to relieve stress. Now, scientists in Japan have reported the first...

Disease sniffer device could provide non-invasive early disease detection by "sniffing" patients

7/28/2006 - It's time to reveal another interesting invention. It's a non-invasive disease detection system, and it can be built using technology that exists today. In fact, I'm amazed that no one has built it. This device, which I call a "disease sniffer," detects cancer and other diseases by simply sniffing the...

Why body odor reveals your true health habits: Here's how to reduce odor and enhance health

7/27/2006 - Today we're going to dive into a touchy subject: Body odor. I'm not going to dance around the subject, either, because body odor can actually be an important indicator of your overall health and dietary habits. What you exhale through your breath and your skin is a good indicator of what's going on...

Giving up milk and dairy products results in positive transformation in personal health -- exclusive interview with Robert Cohen

12/5/2004 - The following is part five of an interview with Robert Cohen, author of "Milk, the Deadly Poison," and Mike Adams: I gave up milk years ago, and after doing so, my sinuses cleared up, digestion was much easier, I had more energy, less fatigue. It was an amazing transformation. Robert...

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