• ScienceDaily | 7/24/2019 | Staff
    When skunks feel threatened, they spray fluids from their anal glands that contain several nasty-smelling organosulfur compounds. The human nose can detect extremely low concentrations of these...
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  • ScienceDaily | 7/23/2019 | Staff
    Falling off a bike with a helmet on, having a fender-bender in one's car, taking a tumble on the ski slopes, slipping on ice and hitting one's head -- these kinds of minor accidents can provoke the...
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  • Mail Online | 5/30/2019 | Victoria Allen Science Correspondent For The Daily Mail;Tim Collins For Mailonline
    There is hope for older people losing their sense of smell, as stem cells can now be used to bring it back. Up to one in 20 people in Britain have either lost or are losing their sense of smell,...
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  • Live Science | 5/5/2019 | Staff
    If you grew up in the suburbs, you recognize it immediately: the sweet, sharp smell of someone mowing a lawn or ballfield. As it wafts into your nostrils, it somehow manages to smell exactly like...
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  • ScienceDaily | 4/30/2019 | Staff
    While even vision scientists disagree about why people saw the dress so differently, a new study from the Monell Center and collaborating institutions sheds light on understanding the extensive...
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  • phys.org | 8/24/2015 | Staff
    Skunks are nocturnal animals that prefer to keep to themselves. However, when they sense danger, this lurking purveyor of biochemical warfare unleashes its primary defense mechanism: a...
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  • canadafreepress.com | 4/25/2019 | American Chemical Society
    WASHINGTON—Skunks are nocturnal animals that prefer to keep to themselves. However, when they sense danger, this lurking purveyor of biochemical warfare unleashes its primary defense mechanism: a...
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  • Mail Online | 4/15/2019 | Dr Ellie Cannon For The Mail On Sunday
    Six years ago, I lost my sense of smell. It’s started coming back and is now at about 80 per cent. Did my type 2 diabetes have anything to do with it? Loss of sense of smell is called anosmia.
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