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Encephalitis - Time to Make Some Sense

– Encephalitis – Time to Make Some Sense –

Before continuing my story on the brain-affected illness called encephalitis that hit me hard in my early twenties, some twenty-eight years ago, I want to give a brief overview of what I have covered in my posts thus far. 604 more words

Short Stories

Smelling Your Lover's Shirt May Make You Less Stressed

A new study lends some scientific backing to anyone who’s ever worn their partner’s shirt or slept on their side of the bed when they weren’t around: According to… 640 more words

Bone Broth: excellent for digestion

We bought half a cow, and I requested the bones for broth. At the time I didn’t want to be wasteful and vaguely knew it was good for us, but now I understand how great. 384 more words

Health

Writing Tip -- Writing with Senses

Cyle Young’s article on how to write using the sense of smell has a great exercise to practice this type of description.

Writing about smell might be the most difficult sense for me. 452 more words

Writing Tips

5 tips that make scents these holidays

Scents of the holiday season can be incredibly evocative. Citronella and sunscreen take us straight to summer holidays spent by the water; while cinnamon and cloves transport us to family kitchens where delicious Christmas feasts are lovingly prepared. 483 more words

Good Idea

Parietal lobe: 10 years before signs of Alzheimer, sense of smell and direction

Alzheimer’s, Prefrontal cortex and parietal lobe

The executive control center of the brain, the prefrontal cortex and the parietal lobe are responsible for behaviors, problem solving and sense of smell. 1,088 more words

Smell sense and the brain

SMELL SENSE

HUMAN SENSE OF SMELL IS STRONGER THAN WE THINK

NEUROSCIENCE NEWSMAY 11, 2017

A new study sniffs out the myth that has existed for over 150 years, without scientific proof, and finds the sense of smell in humans is just as good as in other mammals.…  453 more words