Poor sense of smell associated with nearly 50% higher risk for death in 10 years

Poor sense of smell associated with nearly 50% higher risk for death in 10 years
Poor olfaction is correlated with higher long-term mortality in older adults, particularly in those with good health at baseline. Dementia, Parkinson's disease and weight loss may be possible drivers for the higher mortality rates, but around 70% of cases are unexplained. ... read more
Source: Neuro Science NewsPublished on 2019-04-30By Neuroscience News