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Study finds nasal rinsing effective in clearing Covid viral load more quickly
Nasal rinsing can reduce viral load of Covid infection and other viruses in nose and upper airway.
Stellate ganglion block: AbScent update
We provide our latest update on stellate ganglion block as a potential cure for parosmia.
Training your nose could improve your brain health
Research finds that olfactory training can positively impact the brain's grey matter.
Post-Covid smell loss may be caused by nasal cell destruction
Scientists say ongoing immune assault on olfactory nerve cells may cause post-Covid smell loss.
Parosmia and Phantosmia: navigating smell disorders
A new review of current knowledge on parosmia and phantosmia has been published.
AbScent community informs article on impact of parosmia
Article focuses on safe and trigger foods and the emotional impact of parosmia
AbScent: our key moments of 2022
Our snapshot of 2022, from groundbreaking research to our first smell training masterclass.
We talk to the researcher working on PEA-LUT supplements for smell loss
Arianna Di Stadio shares an update from the Italian research team.
AbScent Grant 2022
AbScent's annual grant supports the investigation of smell training in older people
Smell training is effective for Covid-19 smell loss
New research shows smell training supports recovery from Covid-19 smell loss
The message of hope your doctor may not tell you about
An article in the BMJ raises awareness with doctors, but only looked at patients up to 6 months…
Is there a connection between Covid 19 related smell loss and Alzheimer's?
In spite of a recent article, there is no reason to link Covid-19 smell loss and dementia
Scientists say smell training aids parosmia recovery
New study reveals extended smell training significantly improves parosmia symptoms.
What's the problem with parosmia?
Dr Simon Gane talks about the issues parosmia causes and the latest research into this condition
The supplement that may improve smell training
Study shows the supplement PEA-LUT may improve smell training outcomes
Research update: can capsaicin improve food liking?
Dr Steph Hunter updates us at the halfway point in her project
Your plastic brain is the reason smell training works
Professor Bob Datta, Professor at Harvard Medical School, shares how brain elasticity works
Smell, emotion and memory: the neurobiology view
What role does smell play in our mental wellbeing?
How Covid-19 induces smell loss, and why some people take so long to recover
Harvard's Bob Datta shares his insight.
AbScent Trustees publish groundbreaking research
Dr Jane Parker has identified patterns of molecules in odours that trigger parosmia.
Treatments for smell loss
Our lowdown on some of the developments in research that are showing potential for new treatments.
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