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Smell disorders: When your sense of smell goes astray

By: Eric Holbrook, MD, Contributor We spend our days interacting with the world around us through our senses of sight, sound, and touch. But anyone who has developed complete nasal obstruction from an infection or severe allergies has experienced what itís like to be without one of our most basic senses: our sense of smell. The many functions of smell …

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