Do Age-Related Changes in Sense of Smell or Taste Matter?

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from: Longevity Explorers | Eskaton Village Carmichael

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Asked whether they care about the changes they might have experienced in the senses of smell and taste with age, the group cites examples they have noticed. The discussion elicits personal observations (as well as those of their friends) of the changes and their effects during the aging process. 

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from the Eskaton Village, Carmichael circle discussion January 19th, 2017.


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senses of smell, taste

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