Dog noses are great Covid-19 detectors, according to numerous laboratory studies, and Covid sniffing dogs have already started working in airports in other countries and…View More Covid-Sniffing Dogs Are Accurate, But Wide Use Faces Hurdles
“It has no risk — except boredom,” Dr. Dalton said wryly. Before you begin, however, it is wise to rule out other conditions that could…View More Covid Stole Your Sense of Smell? Try Physical Therapy for Your Nose.
Sarah Govier, a health care worker in England who experienced parosmia after getting Covid-19, created Covid Anosmia/Parosmia Support Group over the summer. “The day I…View More How People Are Dealing with Distorted Smell
Listen and subscribe to ‘The Daily’Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher “Smell is a startling superpower,” writes Brooke Jarvis, the author of today’s Sunday Read.…View More The Sunday Read: ‘The Forgotten Sense’
Meyer began to feel as if he knew the people personally — the ones who described smells in terms of tea and fruit, or meat…View More What Can Covid-19 Teach Us About the Mysteries of Smell?
Michele Miller, of Bayside, N.Y., was infected with the coronavirus in March and hasn’t smelled anything since then. Recently, her husband and daughter rushed her…View More Some Covid Survivors Haunted by Loss of Smell and Taste
Nov. 18, 2020 Produced by Jaspal Riyait and Melissa Kirsch With Tejal Rao Photo illustrations by Will Anderson Image The restaurant critic Tejal Rao recently…View More Welcome to Our Museum of Smells