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Long-term Mortality Risk Linked to Poor Sense of Smell

13:06 EDT 29 Apr 2019 | Medscape

According to a recent study among older adults, poor sense of smell is linked with higher long-term mortality, with neurodegenerative disease and weight loss only partly driving the association.
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