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Smell and Taste Abnormalities

Smell and taste are intricately linked - as demonstrated by a bad cold, where the sense of smell is lost, but also the taste of foods is much diminished. Both are gradually lost with aging, but ther...

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Your muscles can 'taste' sugar, research finds

It's obvious that the taste buds on the tongue can detect sugar. And after a meal, beta cells in the pancreas sense rising blood glucose and release the hormone insulin—which helps the sugar enter c...

Chicken Sashimi Is Trending and It's One Trend You Shouldn't Get on Board With

Raw wild raised chicken sashimi (breast and thigh) with freshly ground wasabi. This epitome of tenderness and succulence needs only a dab of shoyu to bring heaven to your taste buds. #chickensashimi #...

Your muscles can 'taste' sugar

It's obvious that the taste buds on the tongue can detect sugar. And after a meal, beta cells in the pancreas sense rising blood glucose and release the hormone insulin—which helps the sugar enter c...

This is why you need to stop putting cotton buds in your ears immediately – Daily Star

Daily StarThis is why you need to stop putting cotton buds in your ears immediatelyDaily StarYOUR mother was right - new research says you should keep cotton buds as far away from your ears as possibl...

Researchers uncover unexpected mechanism of glucose sensing in skeletal muscles

It's obvious that the taste buds on the tongue can detect sugar. And after a meal, beta cells in the pancreas sense rising blood glucose and release the hormone insulin-;which helps the sugar enter ce...

In the Brain, Binge-Drinking and Binge-Eating May Go Hand in Hand

After bartenders announce last call, like clockwork, pizza joints and 24-hour diners fill to the brim with drunk revelers. It seems counter-intuitive: Alcohol contains ample calories and the body s...

Chew On This: Will Power Predicts How Quickly You Respond To The Taste of Food

Shutterstock Taste versus health: That’s a trade-off we are often faced with when deciding what to eat. Some foods are bad for our health but happen to taste quite good. All of us have limited willp...

Chew On This: Willpower Predicts How Quickly You Respond To The Taste Of Food

Shutterstock Taste versus health: That’s a trade-off we are often faced with when deciding what to eat. Some foods are bad for our health but happen to taste quite good. All of us have limited willp...

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Distribution of α-Gustducin and Vimentin in premature and mature taste buds in chickens.

The sensory organs for taste in chickens (Gallus sp.) are taste buds in the oral epithelium of the palate, base of the oral cavity, and posterior tongue. Although there is not a pan-taste cell marker ...

Taste receptors and gustatory associated G proteins in channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus.

Taste sensation plays a pivotal role in nutrient identification and acquisition. This is particularly true for channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) that live in turbid waters with limited visibility....

The Impact of Pregnancy on Taste Function.

It is common for women to report a change in taste (for instance an increased bitter or decreased sweet response) during pregnancy, however specifics of any variation in taste with pregnancy remain el...

ALTERATION OF TASTE BUDS IN EXPERIMENTAL CIRRHOSIS. Is there correlation with human hypogeusia?

The inherent complications of cirrhosis include protein-calorie malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies.Changes in taste are detrimental to the nutritional status, and the mechanism to explain the...

Tongue and Taste Organ Biology and Function: Homeostasis Maintained by Hedgehog Signaling.

The tongue is an elaborate complex of heterogeneous tissues with taste organs of diverse embryonic origins. The lingual taste organs are papillae, composed of an epithelium that includes specialized t...

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