The Nose Knows: ‘Smell Fingerprint’ Could Help In The Early Detection Of Diseases
The unique receptors in our noses could indicate diseases such as Alzheimer's and could possibly help in matching organ and bone marrow donors.
July 06, 2015
Learning To Kick Addictions In Your Sleep With Exposure To Smelly Odors
Researchers at the Weizmann Institute found that by training our noses to associate bad smells with cigarette smoke during sleep, they could influence people to cut down on smoking.
April 20, 2015
Nice To Sniff You: Why Do Humans Smell Their Hands After Handshaking?
Not only dogs sniff each other; a new study reveals that humans do, too! After shaking someone's hand, people significantly increased the sniffing of their own hands!
March 25, 2015