sense of taste

It's not necessarily due to age. Other factors may be causing this.
How this works, however, has been unclear. In the new study, to be published in Appetite, the researchers asked participants
Sweet. "It turns out that taste buds are doing more than we think," study author Scott Pletcher of the University of Michigan
Ever noticed that your lunch tastes a little funny after the boss treats you unfairly? No? Well science says it's true. In
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.
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.