Just got out of the woods from COVID-19? Here's what life is going to be like post-infection.
Around 80 percent of people who contract COVID-19 lose their sense of smell for several weeks afterward.
The "historical encyclopedia of scent" will be the first of its kind.
The scent I smell all the time is rotting meat and food tastes, in general, rancid to me. Everything from chocolate to cucumbers, herbs and fresh cut grass, they all started smelling and tasting different, and not in a good way.
A new study finds that "honesty is enforced" by a "smell of hunger" when rats decide to share food with their compatriots.
The Michigan town of Bessemer has voted to spend approximately $3,400 to purchase a device to smell marijuana plants and train police officers in its use.
"A smell resembling oil presented on-board," officials said. Paramedics who were called to the scene checked 15 people.
Researchers believe smells can tap into the brain's reward circuit.
The aircraft was carrying 136 passengers from San Francisco to New Orleans when the mysterious smell forced an unscheduled stop.
The system was able to pass a real medical diagnosis exam.
The system could be used to detect a range of diseases.
The radiated tortoise is a popular pet in Asia, and some smuggle them out of Madagascar to meet demand.
Science debunks the myth that humans have a poor sense of smell.
We can read and view history but with the development of the odor wheel, we may be able to smell it, too.
Participants who had suffered a complete loss of smell were found to have a 19 percent chance of dying early.
Susan Hedman's resignation comes as criticism of both the state and federal response to the toxic-water crisis continues to grow.
Scent artist Sissel Tolaas's goal is to help you make memories with your nose.