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Inability to Smell Peppermint Is Related to Cognitive Decline: A Prospective Community-Based Study.

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Summary of "Inability to Smell Peppermint Is Related to Cognitive Decline: A Prospective Community-Based Study."

A few studies have demonstrated the association of poorer olfactory identification (OI) with poorer cognition in population-based cohorts. None of them considered the outcome associated with the inability to smell a certain odor.

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Name: Neuroepidemiology
ISSN: 1423-0208
Pages: 1-7

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