My mom may have permanently lost her senses of smell and taste due to a complication from a nasty virus she had in the spring. This is understandably depressing for her. What are some suggestions I can give her for foods that emphasize texture to help her find new ways to enjoy food?
Why does guaifenesin (aka Mucinex) smell like millipedes? [more inside]
Why has my sense of smell suddenly become amazing? Or, why am I smelling things that have gone away for a day or two after they are gone? [more inside]
What sort of sensory things - tastes, smells, sounds, you know the deal - are reminiscent or representative of San Francisco? [more inside]
What does alcohol on someone else's breath smell like? [more inside]
Are you or your child anosmic? As in can't smell anything? Have you found a way to reverse your condition? [more inside]
What else can be sensed passively? [more inside]
For a lot of people, a particular aroma can be a strong trigger for memory. I don't think it works in reverse: why is this? [more inside]