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This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Loss of the sense of smell results in corresponding loss of quality of life, researchers at the University of Dresden Medical School report in white paper commissioned by the Sense of Smell Institute. It is estimated that a complete loss of the sense of smell is found in at least 1% of the U.S. population, while in a study of individuals aged 53-97, nearly one-fourth were found to have an impaired sense of smell, white paper reports. Other than aging, head injury and sino-nasal disease are the primary causes of loss of smell...
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