Many people lose their sense of smell after contracting COVID-19. For most, it comes back fine. For others, not so much.
Sabrina can’t find comfort in her favourite food, or the scent of a loved one.
"I've gotten food poisoning from spoiled food that, as far as I could tell, was in otherwise perfect condition."
The holidays are all about food. So what happens when you can’t taste or smell?
Losing my sense of smell was tough—but an old cheat cartridge reminded me that even the most immovable monoliths can be remolded.
Anosmia affects a quarter of all brain damage patients and leaves many with a total loss of taste and smell.