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SENSE OF TASTE
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Why You Might Be Losing Your Sense of Taste As You Age
By Bill Ward, Next Avenue
It's not necessarily due to age. Other factors may be causing this.
Human Tongue Has A Sixth Taste, New Study Shows
By Ian Randall , Science
This reaction, they propose, is caused by our mouths reporting that additional energy in the form of carbs is coming. The
Your Tastebuds Could Provide Clues On How Long You'll Live, Study Says
Sweet. "This brings us further understanding about how sensory perception affects health... We know they're able to help
'The Office' Experiment Proves Workplace Injustice Makes Your Lunch Taste Funny
Skarlicki's paper explains that "violations of dignity and respect" may actually trigger a human alarm system meant to warn
Food for the Soul
Bestselling author, 90-year-old gay elder and civil rights pio...
Imagine my crisis and surprise when, a few years ago, I discovered I was slowly but surely losing my sense of taste. What, if anything, could I do? Soon I learned I had to find a substitute for taste.
Dining in the Dark at Opaque: Eat Like Nobody's Watching
The darkness was eye-opening. I noticed I was acting differently knowing nobody was watching. I slouched and sat with my forehead on the table just because it was comfortable.
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