Poor sense of smell indicates deteriorating nerves, now linked to higher risk for Parkinson’s later in life

(Natural News) The function and insight of the five traditional senses — hearing, sight, touch, taste, and smell — can tell us a lot about the state of health inside our bodies. For example, researchers from Michigan State University have correlated a poor sense of smell to early onset of Parkinson’s disease. The olfactory nerve…

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