People with a poor sense of smell are 50% more likely to be hospitalized for pneumonia than those with a good sense of smell.
Olfaction plays a role in signaling key dynamic changes in the mother-child relationship.
Researchers have identified key differences between the way males and females with schizophrenia process the emotional states of others than those without the condition. The study reports those with schizophrenia use less complex brain regions than healthy controls to process other people's emotions.
Researchers reveal neurons in the brains of fruit flies which specifically respond to food odors.The findings could help scientists better understand why obese people choose to eat certain foods.
The sense of taste in female mosquitoes is specially tuned to detect at least four different substances in blood.