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Welcome to The Smell Podcast, where we explore all things smell. If you have a smell/taste disorder or are supporting a family member who does, this podcast is for you! We'll explore listener stories, news, and current research on smell and taste!
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Episode 91: “Will My Sense of Smell Ever Return? Olfactory Insights From COVID And Beyond” by Joanne Silberner
This week, I’d like to share with you all an article titled “Will My Sense of Smell Ever Return? Olfactory Insights From COVID And Beyond” written by Joanne Silberner for NPR and published on May 8, 2021. Joanne writes about her experience losing her sense of smell many years ago and shares important resources with us about the sense of smell. To read the article, “Will My Sense of Smell Ever Return? Olfactory Insights From COVID And Beyond” click here.  To connect with Joanne on Twitter, click here.  To learn more about the Smell and Taste Association of North America (STANA) click here. To donate to STANA, click here.
03:35
June 8, 2021
Episode 90 - An Interview with Anand Prahlad, Creator of Magic Marinade
This week, join me in listening to an interview with Anand Prahlad, based in Mumbai, India. Anand experienced both anosmia then parosmia due to Covid-19 and has since recovered. He was featured in an article called “When COVID-19 Kills the Sense of Smell, Chefs and Sommeliers Lose Something More” which was published for The Wire by Jehan Nizar back in November 2020.  To read “When COVID-19 Kills the Sense of Smell, Chefs and Sommeliers Lose Something More”, click here.  Connect with Magic Marinade on Instagram here and on YouTube here.  To learn more about the Smell and Taste Association of North America (STANA) click here. To donate to STANA, click here. The views expressed by podcast guests are their own.
21:01
May 25, 2021
Episode 89 - An Interview with Jessica Garrison, Acquired Anosmic and author of "I Lost My Sense Of Smell In My Twenties. Here’s My Advice To COVID-19 Survivors."
This week, join me in listening to an interview with Jessica Garrison, an acquired anosmic and author of the article "I Lost My Sense Of Smell In My Twenties. Here’s My Advice To COVID-19 Survivors” which was published for Buzzfeed News on January 17th, 2021. Jessica lives in Northern California and is a reporter for Buzzfeed News. She lost her sense of smell almost 20 years ago. She thinks she lost it due to having nasal surgery to remove polyps but isn’t 100% sure.  In her article, she shares her advice about living with long-term anosmia with those who have lost their sense of smell due to Covid-19. To read the article "I Lost My Sense Of Smell In My Twenties. Here’s My Advice To COVID-19 Survivors”, click here.  To view Jessica's Twitter page, click here.  To learn more about the Smell and Taste Association of North America (STANA) click here. To donate to STANA, click here. The views expressed by podcast guests are their own. 
20:09
May 11, 2021
Episode 88 - “You Recovered From COVID-19. Now Your Coffee Smells Like Sewage" by Sarah Zhang
This week, I’d like to share with you all an article titled “You Recovered From COVID-19. Now Your Coffee Smells Like Sewage” written by Sarah Zhang for the Atlantic. This article was published on March 22, 2021. Sarah interviewed a woman named Ruby Martinez who at first lost her sense of smell and then began experiencing parosmia. This is now an all too familiar story but continues to be important which is why I wanted to share it with all of you.  In addition to learning more about Ruby’s smell disorder story, Sarah dives into the background and science behind smell training and how it all began back in the 80s. To read the article "You Recovered From COVID-19. Now Your Coffee Smells Like Sewage” by Sarah Zhang, click here.  Connect with Sarah Zhang on Twitter here.  To listen/read the NPR Short Wave podcast episode about this story hosted by Emily Kwon on the NPR website, click here.  To listen to the NPR Short Wave podcast episode on Apple podcasts, click here.  To learn more about the Smell and Taste Association of North America (STANA) click here. To donate to STANA, click here.  
03:44
April 27, 2021
Episode 87 - An Interview with Sascha Maude, Anosmia & Parosmia due to Covid-19
This week, join me in listening to an interview with Sascha Maude. She is currently residing in Wakefield in Yorkshire in the UK. We talk about her experiences dealing with anosmia then parosmia due to contracting Covid-19 from her mom who also fell sick back with it back in April 2020. Sascha takes us through the timeline of dealing with both smell disorders and explains the lack of resources that were available to her during this time due to the restrictions on being seen in the hospital due to Covid-19. We discuss the ongoing need for support for everyone who lost their sense of smell/became parosmic due to Covid-19 and much more. You can learn more about AbScent online here.  To visit the AbScent Parosmia and Phantosmia support group, click here.  To connect with Sascha on Instagram, click here.  To connect with Sascha on Facebook, click here.  The views expressed by podcast guests are their own. 
30:08
April 13, 2021
Episode 86 - An Interview with Sharika Bivens, Acquired Anosmic and Blog Writer "My Anosmatic Life: Making Sense out of Scentless Life"
This week, join me in listening to an interview with Sharika Bivens, she lives with acquired anosmia with occasional bouts of being able to smell again. Sharika is the creator of the blog and website called “My Anosmatic Life: Making Sense Out of Scentless Life”.  To read Sharika's blog, click here.  You'll find her Facebook page online here.  The views expressed by podcast guests are their own. 
24:53
March 30, 2021
Episode 85 - "Will Fish Sauce and Charred Oranges Return the World Covid Took From Me?" by Tejal Rao
This week, I’d like to share with you all a recent article titled “Will Fish Sauce and Charred Oranges Return the World Covid Took from Me?” written by Tejal Rao for the New York Times Magazine. This article was published on March 2, 2021. The author talks about her own journey first with anosmia due to Covid-19 then dealing with parosmia. Tejal shares additional information as well about smell training and she had a conversation with friend of the podcast, Chrissi Kelly, who you’ll recognize from the UK based charity AbScent.  To read "Will Fish Sauce and Charred Oranges Return the World Covid Took From Me?" by Tejal Rao click here.   Connect with Tejal Rao on Twitter here.   Watch the TikTok video here.   To listen to the NPR piece, "New York Times Restaurant Critic Tries To Regain Sense Of Smell After COVID-19" click here.   To learn more about the Smell and Taste Association of North America (STANA) click here.  To donate to STANA, click here.
04:09
March 18, 2021
Episode 84 - An Interview with Dr. Kathrin Ohla about the GCCR's Smell & Taste Check
This week, join me in listening to an episode with psychologist, Dr. Kathrin Ohla. She is currently located in Munster, Germany and is a member of the GCCR’s leadership team. Dr. Ohla and I discuss how she got involved with the GCCR, her work there, and specifically the GCCR’s Smell & Taste Check. To visit Dr. Ohla’s website click here.  To find the GCCR's Smell & Taste Check click here.  To visit the GCCR website click here.  To view STANA's website click here.  To donate to STANA's GoFundMe click here. The views expressed by podcast guests are their own. 
20:05
March 2, 2021
Episode 83 - An Interview with Daniel Schein, Founder of Anosmia Awareness Day!
Happy Anosmia Awareness Day 2021! Today, I’m so happy to share with you all a special Saturday episode of the podcast to celebrate the day! I had the opportunity to interview the founder of Anosmia Awareness Day, Daniel Schein. Daniel has congenital anosmia and is originally from Long Island and currently living in New York City. We talk about his own anosmia story, why he created Anosmia Awareness Day back in 2012, how one goes about creating a “day” and much more. Find the Anosmia Awareness website online here.  Find the Anosmia Awareness Facebook page here.  STANA's website is available online here. STANA GoFundMe website is available online here. The views expressed by podcast guests are their own. 
22:22
February 27, 2021
Episode 82 - "What Can Covid-19 Teach Us About the Mysteries of Smell?" by Brooke Jarvis
This week, we’re changing gears. I’d like to share with you all a timely and important article titled “What Can Covid-19 Teach Us About the Mysteries of Smell?” written by Brooke Jarvis for the New York Times Magazine. This article was published on January 31, 2021. Make sure to also check out the podcast version published by The Daily, a New York Times podcast. All links included below!  To connect with Brooke on Twitter, click here.  To read “What Can Covid-19 Teach Us About the Mysteries of Smell? click here.   To listen to the podcast episode The Sunday Read: 'The Forgotten Sense‪'‬ click here. To learn more about the GCCR, click here. To learn more about the Smell and Taste Association of North America (STANA) click here. To donate to STANA, click here.  
04:35
February 16, 2021
Episode 81 - An Interview with Dr. Markus Haller, Corowell
This week, join me in listening to an episode with Dr. Markus Haller from Corowell which is a newly created Rapid & Objective COVID-19 Symptom Screening Test. Dr. Haller is the owner and CEO of Corowell and is currently located in Germany. We talk about his work in the medical devices field and how he decided to start Corowell along with what it takes to receive FDA approval for such devices and many other things. To learn more about STANA, click here.  To donate to STANA's GoFundMe page, click here.  To learn more about Corowell, click here.  The views expressed by podcast guests are their own. 
27:55
February 2, 2021
Episode 80 - An Interview with Anita Dichiara, Acquired Anosmic
This week, join me in listening to an episode with Anita Dichiara, an acquired anosmic from Rio Cuarto, Argentina. Anita works as an English as a Foreign Language teacher and she shares her anosmia story with all of us, including how she misses the smell of puppies, bakeries and asado. To visit the Argentinian Facebook support group, click here.  To connect with Anita on Facebook, click here.  STANA's website: www.thestana.org  STANA's GoFundMe website. click here. The views expressed by podcast guests are their own. 
29:40
January 19, 2021
Episode 79 - An Interview with Luke Pierce, the Tasteless Foodie
Hi everyone and welcome to the Smell Podcast, I’m your host, Katie Boateng. This week, join me in listening to an episode with Luke Pierce aka the Tasteless Foodie on Instagram. Luke shares his story about living with ageusia with all of us. Ageusia is defined as  the loss of taste functions of the tongue, particularly the inability to detect sweetness, sourness, bitterness, saltiness, and umami (meaning "pleasant/savory taste"). It is sometimes confused with anosmia – a loss of the sense of smell but they’re not the same thing. Find the Tasteless Foodie online here.  Find the Greeklish Foodie online here.  FALK Aromatherapy's 21 Day Jumpstart Smell Training program, click here.   STANA's website: www.thestana.org  STANA's GoFundMe website. click here. The views expressed by podcast guests are their own.
35:45
January 5, 2021
Episode 78 - An Interview with Dr. Stella Lee and John Moore, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
This week, join me in listening to an episode with Dr. Stella Lee, MD and John Moore, Clinical Research Coordinator, both with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. We discuss their work on the NOSE or Neuromapping Olfactory Stimulation via Encephalography project and their Smell Loss and Neurological Function During and After COVID-19 Infection study and much more. To learn more about Dr. Lee and Mr. John Moore's work, visit their website by clicking here.  To connect with them via email, send a message to info@solvecrs.com.  FALK Aromatherapy's 21 Day Jumpstart Smell Training program, click here.  STANA's website: www.thestana.org STANA's GoFundMe website. click here.  The views expressed by podcast guests are their own.
33:04
December 22, 2020
Episode 77 - An Interview with Michelle Alemi, Acquired Anosmic
This week, join me in listening to an episode with Michelle Alemi, an acquired anosmic originally from Haddonfield, New Jersey and currently living in San Francisco, California working as a traveling nurse. Michelle experienced a traumatic brain injury in February 2018 which led to her loss of smell. In addition to her new reality living with anosmia, Michelle was diagnosed as a teenager with diabetes so we discussed what it’s like for her to manage both anosmia and diabetes, specifically when it comes to diet. To find Michelle on Instagram, click here or search for @michalemi.  To sign up for the FALK Aromatherapy 21-Day Jump-Start Smell Training Program, click here.  To learn more about the Smell and Taste Association of North America, click here. To donate to help the Smell and Taste Association of North America get established as a 501c3, click here.  The views expressed by podcast guests are their own.
30:02
December 8, 2020
Episode 76 - An Interview with Dr. Zack (Tsahi) Hayat, Congenital Anosmic
This week, join me in listening to an episode with Dr. Zack (Tsahi) Hayat, a congenital anosmic due to Kallmann Syndrome currently living in Herzliya, Israel. We talk about what it was like for him growing up without a sense of smell, his current work as a professor, and much more. To find Dr. Hayat on Facebook, click here.  The views expressed by podcast guests are their own.
32:04
November 24, 2020
Episode 75 - An Interview with Toby Fife, Acquired Anosmic
This week, join me in listening to an episode with Toby Fife, an artist who is currently living in Hawaii. Toby and I chat about his time living abroad, the accident that led to him becoming anosmic, and much more. To visit Toby's website, click here.  The views expressed by podcast guests are their own. 
31:50
November 10, 2020
Episode 74 - An Interview with Dr. Greg Pask, Insect Neurobiologist
Hi everyone and welcome to the Smell Podcast, I’m your host, Katie Boateng. This week, join me in listening to an episode with Dr. Greg Pask, an insect neurobiologist. His bio on the Middlebury College website states that he is “interested in understanding the powerful sense of smell insects use to locate food, find mates, and communicate with others.” Greg is a professor there and the college is located in Vermont. We had a great conversation about how insects use their sense of smell to navigate the world, his work as a professor, and much more. To connect with Greg on Twitter, click here.  To view his bio on the Middlebury College website, click here.  The views expressed by podcast guests are their own. 
31:38
October 27, 2020
Episode 73- An Interview with Dr. Richard Doty
This week, join me in listening to an episode with Dr. Richard Doty, Director of the University of Pennsylvania Smell and Taste Center and creator of the UPSIT or University of Pennsylvania smell identification test. Dr. Doty and I speak about how he got involved in the world of smell, how the Smell and Taste Center got started, why the UPSIT was created and much more. To learn more about the University of Pennsylvania Smell and Taste Center, click here. 
29:06
October 13, 2020
Episode 72 - An Interview with Lisa Vatch, Congenital Anosmic
This week, join me in listening to an episode with Lisa Vatch. Lisa is a congenital anosmic who grew up and currently lives in Montreal, Canada. She works as a lawyer and she shares her story about what it was like growing up without a sense of smell, how she started one of the first websites dedicated to anosmia and the Canadian Anosmia Foundation back in the early 2000s, and much more. To visit the Anosmia Foundation, click here. 
39:52
September 29, 2020
Episode 71 - An Interview with Glo del Monte, Acquired Anosmic
This week, join me in listening to an episode with Glo del Monte. Glo is from Glasgow, Scotland. We talk about her anosmia journey and what that has been like for her. She’s a wardrobe mistress in the theater and used her sense of smell to do the sniff test to tell if garments could go another show or two without washing. She has a very interesting story! To find Glo on Facebook, click here.  To connect with Fifth Sense, click here. 
19:27
September 15, 2020
Episode 70 - A (New) Interview with Fifth Sense
This week, join me in listening to a conversation with Duncan Boak, Founder  and Nina Hill, Director of Director of Development & Operations for Fifth Sense, a UK based charity for for people affected by smell and taste disorders. Duncan was previously on the podcast highlighting the work of Fifth Sense back on episode 18 from Christmas day of 2018. This time, we get to talk about what Fifth Sense has been up to over the last two years, meet Nina and understand her new role with them, and much more! To visit the Fifth Sense website, click here. 
31:58
September 1, 2020
Episode 69 - The Smell Podcast Two Year Anniversary, an Interview with Katie Boateng, Host of the Smell Podcast
Happy two-year anniversary everyone! Join me this week in listening to an interview with myself! Previous podcast guest, Kerri Wall, from episode 47 interviews me. Thank you for all of your support over the last two years and here's to many more.  To read the article titled “What Happens When You’re Disabled But No One Can Tell” by Andrew Solomon click here.  You can find the Invisible Disabilities Association on Twitter here.  Find the Smell Podcast website online here.
51:21
August 18, 2020
Episode 68 - A (New) Interview with Chrissi Kelly, AbScent Founder
This week, please join me in listening to an interview with Chrissi Kelly, AbScent Founder.  Chrissi was featured on episode 8 from October 2018. Since we last spoke, they’ve launched a new website,  received registered charity status in the UK, and started additional Facebook support groups for people impacted by COVID-19. To find the Facebook support groups online, visit:  AbScent | Anosmia support Covid-19 Smell and Taste Loss AbScent Parosmia and Phantosmia Support To find the AbScent YouTube channel, click here. 
33:32
August 4, 2020
Episode 67 - An Interview with Charles MacCarthy
This week, please join me in listening to a conversation with Charles MacCarthy, from Accra, Ghana. Charles is a fellow anosmic who lost his sense of smell in November 2012 from accidentally spraying mosquito repellent up his nose. He has had bouts of recovery where he’s been able to smell again, sometimes for longer periods of time but it always goes away. To connect with Charles on Facebook, click here.
21:47
July 21, 2020
Episode 66 - An Interview with Nisha Pradhan
This week, join me in listening to a conversation with Nisha Pradhan. She grew up thinking that she was congenitally anosmic but in recent years, has started to regain some sense of smell, meaning she's mostly likely hyposmic. We talk about her recent bouts of parosmia and what it was like to also experience good smells for the first time.  To watch her Stanford Medicine X speech "Your Dirty Socks Smell Like Peppermint to Me" click here.  To read the paper she co-authored titled "Validation of the Olfactory Disorders Questionnaire for English-speaking Patients With Olfactory Disorders" click here.  To read the NPR article she was interviewed for titled "With No Sense Of Smell, The World Can Be A Grayer, Scarier Place" click here.  You can connect with Nisha on Twitter @nisha_pradhan or via email at nishapradhan@gmail.com
28:34
July 7, 2020
Episode 65 - An Interview with Joshna Maharaj, Chef, Author, Activist
This week, join me in listening to a conversation with Joshna Maharaj, chef, author, and activist. Joshna and I talk about her experiences living with anosmia while working as a chef. We discuss her debut novel, "Take Back the Tray: Revolutionizing Food in Hospitals, Schools, and Other Institutions", her podcast called Hot Plate, and much more.  To purchase her book online visit www.bookshop.org.  To listen to her podcast, Hot Plate, click here.  To visit Joshna's website online, click here. You can find Joshna on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @joshnamaharaj You can find her book "Take Back the Tray" on social media @takebackthetray 
43:25
June 23, 2020
Episode 64 - An Interview with Some of the Authors of "Coronaviruses and the Chemical Senses: Past, Present, and Future"
This week,  join me in listening to an interview with some of the authors of the paper "Coronaviruses and the Chemical Senses: Past, Present, and Future" written by: Surabhi Bhutani, Keiland Cooper, Antonella Di Pizio, Paule V. Joseph, Valentina Parma, and Bob Pellegrino.   To connect with the interviewees on Twitter:   Surabhi Bhutani, @SurabhiBhutani  Keiland Cooper, @keilandwcooper  Valentina Parma, @Val_Parma  Bob Pellegrino, @kingfunk5000  To read the paper "Coronaviruses and the Chemical Senses: Past, Present, and Future" click here.   To find the GCCR survey, available in many languages, click here.   You can find the Global Consortium for Chemosensory Research on Twitter @GCChemosensoryR. 
41:49
June 9, 2020
Episode 63 - An Interview with Dr. Ann-Sophie Barwich
This week, please join me in listening to an interview with Dr. Ann-Sophie Barwich, cognitive scientist, empirical philosopher & historian of science, technology, and the senses. We talk about her work as a scientist, her book titled "Smellosophy: What the Nose Tells the Mind" being published this coming July, and much more!  To connect with Dr. Barwich on Twitter, click here.  To check out her book, "Smellosophy: What the Nose Tells the Mind" click here.  To visit her website, Smellosophy, click here. 
38:46
May 26, 2020
Episode 62 - An Interview with Daniel Mensah, TMAU sufferer
This week, please join me in listening to an interview with Daniel Mensah, TMAU sufferer. Daniel was born in Holland and grew up in England and he currently lives in the north. He runs his own YouTube channel about living with TMAU. You can reach Daniel via email at danieltmensah1@gmail.com  To watch Daniel's interview with me about living with anosmia on his YouTube channel, click here.  To visit Daniel's YouTube channel, click here.  To watch Kelly's story "The Woman Who Constantly Smells Of Fish" on YouTube, click here.  You can find Daniel's TMAU Instagram page online here. 
55:46
May 12, 2020
Episode 61 - An Interview with Dr. Danielle Reed, Founding Member of the Global Consortium for Chemosensory Research (GCCR)
This week, please join me in listening to an interview with Dr. Danielle Reed, from the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Reed and I talk about how the Global Consortium for Chemosensory Research (GCCR) was formed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  To learn more about Dr. Reed's work with the Monell Center, click here.  To learn more about the Global Consortium for Chemosensory Research, click here.  To take the GCCR survey in English, click here. 
27:40
April 28, 2020
Episode 60 - An Interview with Dr. Thomas Hummel from the University of Dresden, Germany
This week, please join me in listening to an episode with Dr. Thomas Hummel of the University of Dresden in Germany. Dr. Hummel and I speak about his background in olfactory science, the research he's been involved in with smell training, and much more.  To read the paper titled "Effects of olfactory training in patients with olfactory loss" which Dr. Hummel was involved with, click here.  To read a summary of the 2015 study mentioned in the episode, click here.  You will find the website for the German Anosmia Patient Association online by clicking here.  To learn more about AbScent, click here.  To learn more about Fifth Sense, click here. 
25:35
April 14, 2020
Episode 59 - An Interview with Anthea Bull, Acquired Anosmic and Founder of the @anosmicfoodie Instagram
This week, please join me in listening to an interview with Anthea Bull, founder of the @anosmicfoodie Instagram page. Anthea and I chat about what it's been like for her having anosmia for the last 9 years, how she started her Instagram page, and much more.  To find Anthea on Instagram, click here.
32:08
March 31, 2020
Episode 58 - Coronavirus and Smell Loss
This week, listen in as I read a very timely article, "There's an Unexpected Loss of Smell and Taste in Coronavirus Patients" by Dr. Judy Stone.  If you'd like to read the article, click here.  To connect with Dr. Judy Stone on Twitter, click here and on LinkedIn, click here. 
07:58
March 24, 2020
Episode 57: An Interview with Colin, with Chronic Sinus Issues, Anosmia & Parosmia
This week, listen in as I speak with Colin, a gentleman currently living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada who has struggled with chronic sinus issues his entire life and now deals with bouts of both parosmia and anosmia. We talk about what that has been like for him growing up and how it impacts his life to this day.  If you'd like to connect with him via email, you can reach him at smellman@protonmail.com. 
58:19
March 17, 2020
Episode 56 - Anosmia Awareness Day 2020! An Interview with Marj Rosner, Acquired Anosmic
Happy Anosmia Awareness Day 2020! This week, listen in to this special anosmia awareness day video as I chat with fellow acquired anosmic, Marj Rosner. Marj and I chat about what it's like for her having anosmia, the video shoot for the Monell Center that we got to travel to Philadelphia to shoot together, and much more.  To watch the Monell Center video titled "Tackling Smell Loss" that Marj and I got to star in together, click here.  Please donate to the Monell Center Anosmia Giving project by clicking here.  To learn more about the Smell Changes & Efficacy of Nasal Theophylline (SCENT) clinical trial that Marj mentions, click here. This study is sponsored by Washington University School of Medicine.
37:08
February 27, 2020
Episode 55 - An Interview with Daniel Ku, Congenital Anosmic
This week, listen in as I chat with Daniel Ku, a congenital anosmic currently living in Canada. We talk about his life experiences growing up with anosmia.  If you'd like to watch Daniel's YouTube video "Living Without a Sense of Smell", click here.  You can connect with Daniel on Instagram and Twitter @danzwku. 
27:03
February 18, 2020
Episode 54 - An Interview with Frauke Galia, Founder of FALK Aromatherapy
This week, listen in as I speak with Frauke Galia, founder of FALK Aromatherapy about her work in the smell industry, how she founded her own aromatherapy company, her passion project - the ScentTattoo Project, and much more!  To visit FALK Aromatherapy online, click here.  To check out her ScentTattoo Project, click here and to read my story, click here.  To watch the video "This is What It's Like to Live in a World Without Smell" by filmmaker Jacob LaMendola, click here.  To visit FALK aromatherapy on Instagram, click here and on Facebook, click here.  
42:06
February 4, 2020
Episode 53 - An Interview with Jay Williams, Congenital Anosmic
This week, listen in as I speak with Jay Williams, a congenital anosmic currently living in Canada. We talk about his work as a chaplain and how anosmia has made an impact on his career. We also discuss how Canadian kit-kats are better than US ones!  To read his story, "Smeff", click here. 
36:10
January 21, 2020
Episode 52 - "My Battle to Smell Again as a Person with Anosmia" by Katie Boateng
This week, join me as I read my article titled "My Battle to Smell Again as a Person with Anosmia" written by me! This article was published on The Mighty, a digital health community created to empower and connect people facing health challenges and disabilities. I hope you'll enjoy it!  To read my story, click here!  To become a Mighty contributor, click here!  To learn more about smell training, visit AbScent!  Also, make sure to go and check out the Smell the Fame film that is currently being made about a chef with anosmia! To learn more, click here. Please donate what you can so this film can be created! 
11:07
January 7, 2020
Episode 51 - An Interview with Josh Abeles, Congenital Anosmic
This week, listen in as we hear from Josh Abeles, a Londoner living with congenital anosmic. Josh and I speak about what it was like for him growing up without a sense of smell and how his anosmia impacts how he interacts with his religion, Judaism.  To connect with Josh on Twitter, click here.  Make sure that if you're not a member of the anosmia Facebook support groups that you go and check those out! There are a few including:  AbScent Living Well with Anosmia Anosmics of the World, Unite! Congenital Anosmia
01:04:10
December 17, 2019
Episode 50 - An Interview with Chantel Mitchell, on Parosmia
This week, please listen in as I speak with Chantel Mitchell, from Wellington, New Zealand. We talk about her struggles dealing with parosmia.  To learn more about parosmia, visit the Fifth Sense website here.  You will find the Parosmia/Phantosmia Facebook support group here and the Acquired Anosmia/Parosmia Facebook support group here. 
25:27
December 3, 2019
Episode 49 - An Interview with Liv Haker, Acquired Anosmic
This week, listen in as I chat with Liv Haker about her experiences living with acquired anosmia and bouts of phantosmia. You all have heard from Liv before, she was the star of episode 23 where I featured her short story. If you haven't listened to episode 23, make sure you go back and do so!  You can connect with Liv on Instagram @livhaaker! 
39:27
November 19, 2019
Episode 48 - Fifth Sense - Five Year Anniversary Conference!
This week, listen in as I tell you all about the Fifth Sense Five Year Anniversary Conference which will be happening on November 16th at Aston University in Birmingham, in the United Kingdom.  You can find out more about tickets here.  You can watch a video about the 2014 conference here.  I hope you can make it! 
13:05
November 5, 2019
Episode 47 - An Interview with Kerri Wall, Acquired Anosmic
This week, please join me in listening to an interview with Kerri Wall, a fellow acquired anosmic currently living in British Columbia, Canada. Kerri is a facilitator & mediator, women’s leadership expert, and writer! We chat about what it was like for her becoming anosmic, how she dealt with the grief of her loss, how anosmia inspired her to get involved in politics, and much more. To learn more about Reevaluation Counseling, click here.  To find Kerri's own website online, click here.  To find Kerri on Twitter, click here.  To learn more about AbScent and smell training, click here. 
01:02:47
October 17, 2019
Episode 46 - An Interview with Patient Advocate, Kat Haugh!
This week, listen in as I speak with Kat Haugh, patient advocate and acquired anosmic. She's currently living in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.  To listen to Kat's interview from the SmellTaste 2019 conference, click here.  You can find Kat on Twitter here. You can also check out her art work and her website here.  If you want to learn more about smell training and AbScent, check out their website here. 
48:59
October 1, 2019
Episode 45 - "Stem Cell Therapy Restores Mice's Sense of Smell in Proof-of-Concept Study" by Peter Hess
This week, listen in to learn more about using stem cells as a possible therapy for olfactory dysfunction in the article "Stem Cell Therapy Restores Mice's Sense of Smell in Proof-of-Concept Study" by Peter Hess, originally published on www.inverse.com on May 30, 2019.  To read the article, click here.  To find Peter Hess on Twitter, click here. 
07:19
September 17, 2019
Episode 44 - An Interview with Patricia Beu, Acquired Anosmic
This week, listen in as I speak with Patricia Beu, acquired anosmic. Patricia is currently living in Ontario, Canada. We chat about what it was like for her raising a family with anosmia, how it impacts food choices and nutrition, and many other things!   To read the article, "Do Women Who Live Together Menstruate Together?" click here.   To read the article, "Studies Explore Love and the Sweaty T-Shirt" click here.   You can find The Smell Podcast on Twitter and Instagram.   You can email Patricia at lifeunscented@gmail.com!
38:03
September 3, 2019
Episode 43 - An Interview with Comedian Dia Kline, Congenital Anosmic
This week, listen in as I speak with comedian, blogger, and Paleo chef, Dia Kline, currently living in Colorado. Dia has congenital anosmia and we chat about what it was like for her growing up with the condition and how it impacts her now.  To visit Dia's website, Ez Jo?, visit www.ezjolife.com.  To visit her YouTube channel, click here.  To find her on Instagram, click here.  To find her on Facebook, click here.  .... To find the Smell Podcast on Instagram, click here.  To find the Smell Podcast on Twitter, click here. 
47:55
August 20, 2019
Episode 42 - An Interview with Ear Nose & Throat Rhinologist, Mr. Simon Gane
This week, listen in as I speak with Mr. Simon Gane, an Ear, Nose, and Throat Rhinologist and Surgeon based in the United Kingdom. Mr. Gane is also a board member for AbScent, the UK based charity focused on raising awareness about smell disorders!   To learn more about the vibrational theory of olfaction, click here.    To learn more about Sniffin' Sticks, click here.  To donate to one of the following organizations click on the name of the one you're interested in!   AbScent  Monell Center  University of Pennsylvania Smell and Taste Center Fifth Sense  Rocky Mountain Taste and Smell Center
42:23
August 6, 2019
Episode 41 - "Regaining your sense of smell"
This week, listen in as I read the article "Regaining your sense of smell" written by Jim Mertens for Ivanhoe Broadcast News. The article discusses how smell training can help some people regain their sense of smell.  To read the article and see the accompanying video, click here. 
05:39
July 23, 2019
Episode 40 - An Interview with Ilona Owusu, Dutch Anosmia Patient Association Board Member!
This week, listen in as I speak with Ilona Owusu, Board Member of the Dutch Anosmia Patient Assocation and founder of NoseMe, a smell training app for those with olfactory disorders.  To learn more about the Dutch Anosmia Patient Assocation,  ReukSmaakStoornis, click here.  To see Ilona's video interview about smell training, click here.  To visit the Dutch Anosmia Patient Association Facebook group, click here.  To learn more about NoseMe, click here.  To read the magazine, "Behind Glass", click here. 
36:46
July 9, 2019
Episode 39 - An Interview with John Phillips, Congenital Anosmic
This week, listen in as I chat with John Phillips, who has congenital anosmia. We talk about his experiences growing up and living with anosmia and how it impacts his career as a scientist. 
25:05
June 25, 2019
Episode 38 - "New Study Reveals How One Person's 'Smellscape' Can Differ From Another's"
This week, listen in as we learn about how one person's ability to smell something may be completely different from another's. We read "New Study Reveals How One Person's 'Smellscape" Can Differ from Another's" written by Meilan Solly for Smithsonian magazine, online.  To read the article, click here.  To check out Meilan Solly's Twitter page, click here. 
07:10
June 11, 2019
Episode 37 - An Interview with Rakesh Kamal, Fellow Podcast Host, and Congenital Anosmic!
This week, listen in as I chat with fellow podcaster, Rakesh Kamal currently living in Delhi, India. Rakesh believes he has congenital anosmia and grew up without a sense of smell. We chat about what it's like living with anosmia, his time in Idaho and Montana, and his current work with his wife on Suno India, a podcast platform with multiple shows.  To learn more about Suno India and the podcasts available on this platform, click here.  To visit Suno India on Facebook, click here.  To listen to Suno India's episode: "Farmers Vs. PepsiCo, click here.  To visit Suno India on Twitter, click here.  To visit Suno India on Instagram, click here. 
32:15
May 28, 2019
Episode 36 - "Smelling with your tongue"
This week, please listen in as we learn how humans may be able to smell with our tongues!  To read "Smelling with your tongue" published by www.sciencedaily.com click here. 
06:30
May 21, 2019
Episode 35 - An Interview with Kathy Clugston, Congenital Anosmic!
This week, listen in as BBC Radio 4 presenter, Kathy Clugston, and I discuss what it was like for her to grow up with congenital anosmia. Kathy created a radio documentary for BBC Radio 4 called, "The Neglected Sense". Make sure that you go and give it a listen if you haven't already done so!  To listen to Kathy's radio documentary, "The Neglected Sense", click here.  To find Kathy on Twitter, click here.  To find Kathy on Instagram, search for "cluggers".  To learn more about the study that I referenced, "Sweaty T-Shirts and Human Mate Choice", click here.  The SmellTaste 2019 conference is happening soon, click here to learn more. 
43:59
May 7, 2019
Episode 34 - An Interview with "Living Well with Anosmia" Founder, Debbie Jinks
This week, listen in as I speak with the founder of the "Living Well with Anosmia" page on Facebook, Debbie Jinks. Debbie is a fellow anosmic who has dealt with bouts of parosmia.  To visit the "Living Well with Anosmia" page on Facebook, click here.  To visit Debbie's blog about anosmia, click here.  You can learn more about Debbie's new business, "Purely Peppers" on Facebook by clicking here.  Connect with Debbie on Pinterest here and Twitter here.  You can find out more about SmellTaste 2019 here. 
30:41
April 23, 2019
Episode 33 - An Interview with author of "A World Without Smells", Lars Lundqvist
This week, listen in as I talk with Lars Lundqvist, a congenital anosmic turned author, who wrote "A World Without Smells".  You can find Lars' website online here. To read a description of "A World Without Smells" click here, to buy a copy, click here.  You can visit the Congenital Anosmia support group on Facebook here and Anosmics of the World, Unite Facebook group here.  To find out more and register for the SmellTaste 2019 conference, click here. 
33:57
April 9, 2019
Episode 32 - "Passing the sniff test" by Rebecca Trager
This week, listen in as I read "Passing the sniff test" written by Rebecca Trager for Chemistry World. We'll learn about George Aldrich, who has one of the most unique jobs out there!  To read "Passing the sniff test" by Rebecca Trager, click here.  To find Rebecca on Twitter, click here.   To watch "NASA's Staff Sniffer" on YouTube, published by the Science Channel, click here.  To learn more about the SmellTaste 2019 conference, click here. 
08:14
March 26, 2019
Episode 31 - An Interview with Dr. Kelly Cawcutt
This week, listen in as Dr. Kelly Cawcutt, with the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and I talk about her experience being a medical professional and experiencing anosmia! To read her article, "When You Stop to Smell the Roses and Cannot Smell a Thing", published on Physician's Weekly, click here.  To find Dr. Cawcutt on Twitter, click here.  To learn more about the SmellTaste 2019 conference and to register online, click here. 
19:51
March 19, 2019
Episode 30 - "The Neglected Sense" by Kathy Clugston
This week, I invite you all to listen to BBC Radio 4 presenter, Kathy Clugston's story about living with congenital anosmia.  You can find the interview on the BBC website here.  To donate to the Facebook campaign benefiting the Monell Chemical Senses Center, click here. 
04:19
March 12, 2019
Episode 29 - An Interview with Nick No, on Parosmia!
This week, listen in as I chat with Nick No about her experiences living with parosmia. Parosmia can be a debilitating condition for people to live with, it is a condition where a person does not perceive smells correctly. Generally, all smells are perceived in a negative way, aka everything smells awful.    To visit the Parosmia/Phantosmia Facebook support group, click here.    To visit the Acquired Anosmia and Parosmia Facebook support group, click here. 
27:56
March 5, 2019
Episode 28 - Anosmia Awareness Day 2019!
This is a special episode to celebrate Anosmia Awareness Day!  To support my Facebook fundraising campaign benefiting the Monell Chemical Sciences Center, click here. Thank you! 
03:19
February 27, 2019
Episode 27 - An Interview with Dr. Steve Munger
This week, in celebration of Anosmia Awareness Day tomorrow, listen in as I chat with Dr. Steve Munger from the University of Florida Center for Smell and Taste.  To learn more about Dr. Munger, click here.  You can find information about the University of Florida Center for Smell and Taste here.  If you'd like to learn more about the Smell Disorders Clinic at the University of Florida, click here.  To learn more and register for the SmellTaste 2019 conference, click here.  The Anosmia Awareness Facebook page is available here. 
43:35
February 26, 2019
Episode 26 - An Interview with Joel Robinson on Parosmia!
This week, listen in as Joel Robinson and I chat about his experiences living with parosmia. Joel started a new business, Hunter and the Harp, a meadery in Australia, then became anosmic/parosmic soon after.  If you live in Australia and would like to purchase mead from Hunter and the Harp, visit them here.  You can find Hunter and the Harp on Facebook here.  You can find an article about Joel and parosmia titled "Australian mead maker fights rare olfactory condition to produce the unusual fermented beverage" here.  If you're struggling with an olfactory disorder and/or are just interested in learning more about smell training, visit the Facebook group here. 
39:26
February 19, 2019
Episode 25 - An Interview with Kim Price!
This week, listen in as I chat with fellow anosmic, Kim Price, a listener from the United Kingdom.  To watch Kim's "Real Rescues" story on YouTube and to see footage of her accident, visit YouTube here.  If you'd like to get in touch with Kim, you can reach her via email at kimprice05@gmail.com.   To learn more about the books Kim and I chatted about visit: A World Without Smells  Season to Taste: How I Lost My Sense of Smell and Found My Way The Scent of Desire: Discovering Our Enigmatic Sense of Smell Remembering Smell: A Memoir of Losing -- and Discovering -- the Primal Sense You can register for the SmellTaste 2019 conference online here. 
40:35
February 12, 2019
Episode 24 - An Interview with Leah Holzel!
This week, listen in as I chat with Leah Holzel, a chef who has personal experience dealing with olfactory dysfunction.  If you'd like to contact Leah, send her an email at lholzel@mac.com  If you'd like to try the golden biscotti recipe, visit  www.monell.org/anosmia_recipe_page.  To get signed up for the Monell Center newsletter, visit  http://www.monell.org/news/category/getupdates.  If you want to learn more about smell training, visit www.smelltraining.co.uk.  If you want to learn more about the Rockefeller Center smell study that Leah mentions, visit  https://www.rockefeller.edu/research/vosshall-laboratory/completed-projects/166747-smell-study/. 
53:18
February 5, 2019
Episode 23 - A Short Story by Liv Håker
This week, listen in as Norwegian singer/songwriter, Liv Håker, shares a short story with us about what it's like to live with a smell disorder!  If you'd like to learn more about Liv and her music, visit her website, http://livhaker.no/ or her Facebook page,  www.facebook.com/livhakerno/.  To listen to Liv's song, "Waiting for You" visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51lkXsWZ3Tc&feature=youtu.be.  You can find out more information and register for the SmellTaste 2019 conference online at www.smelltaste.org. 
12:13
January 29, 2019
Episode 22 - Interview with Dr. Federica Genovese from the Monell Center
This week, listen in as I chat with Dr. Federica Genovese from the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia. Dr. Genovese discusses her work at the Monell Center including research on the trigeminal nerve, what it is, how it works, and how it might have something to do with migraines.  If you'd like to learn more about Dr. Genovese, please visit https://www.monell.org/faculty/people/federica_genovese.  To learn more about her research with microvillous cells (which she briefly mentions towards the end), visit https://www.monell.org/news/news_releases/microvillous_sentinel_Tizzano_SCC_olfaction. You can email Dr. Genovese at fgenovese@monell.org and follow her on Twitter @FedericaGenove5.  You can find more information and register now for the SmellTaste 2019 conference at www.smelltaste.org. 
34:33
January 22, 2019
Episode 21 - Interview with Dr. Beverly Cowart from the Monell Center
This week, listen in as I chat with Dr. Beverly Cowart, a scientist, with the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia about her work, olfactory training, and the future of smell research!  If you'd like to learn more about Dr. Cowart, please visit https://www.monell.org/faculty/people/cowart.  To learn more about anosmia research at the Monell Center, visit https://www.monell.org/research/anosmia/related_monell_research.  To learn more about the SmellTaste 2019 conference, visit http://www.smelltaste.org/. 
23:22
January 15, 2019
Episode 20 - Interview with Don Heins on Parosmia
This week, listen in as I chat with Don Heins about his experience living with parosmia!  If you're interested in learning more about parosmia, you can click here.  To find the "Acquired Anosmia and Parosmia Support Page" on Facebook, click here.  
23:12
January 8, 2019
Episode 19 - Drug Service Dogs and Marijuana Legalization... Now What?
Happy New Year's! This week, listen to this episode about police service dogs who are trained to sniff out drugs and what might happen to them if marijuana becomes legalized in the state of Nebraska.  To read the original article and watch the videos that go along with it (cute dogs) click here.  You can follow Kelsey on Twitter @KelseyDickeson and on Facebook @KelseyDickesonLocal4.  To listen to the "Girl Who Can't Smell Show" podcast, click here. 
05:50
January 1, 2019
Episode 18 - Interview with Fifth Sense Founder, Duncan Boak!
Merry Christmas! This week, listen in as I chat with Duncan Boak, the founder of Fifth Sense, a charity for people affected by smell and taste disorders!  If you'd like to watch the presentation Duncan gave at the Monell Center in February 2017, click here.   Check out Fifth Sense by going to www.fifthsense.org.uk.  Check out the SmellTaste 2019 conference online at www.smelltaste.org. 
35:51
December 25, 2018
Episode 17 - Smell and Virtual Reality
This week, join me in learning about how a company is using smell to impact virtual reality!  If you're interested in reading the entire article, "From stinky to cookies: Orlando firm creates scents for virtual reality games, military training", please click here. Don't forget that there is a great video that goes along with the article!  If you'd like to get in touch with the author, Marco Santana, you can email him at MarcoSantana@orlandosentinel.com.  The SmellTaste 2019 conference website is located at www.smelltaste.org.
04:12
December 18, 2018
Episode 16 - Interview with Amy Grubish Belfiori
This week, listen in as I interview Amy Grubish Belfiori on what it's like living with acquired anosmia!  If you're interested in getting in touch with Amy, you can reach her at globehome@hotmail.com or look for her on Facebook by searching for Amy Grubish Belfiori!  Check out the SmellTaste 2019 conference website online at www.smelltaste.org.  Find the podcast on Twitter @thesmellpodcast!
20:59
December 11, 2018
Episode 15 - A Recap of the ITTSD Conference!
This week, join me as I recap the Identifying Treatments for Taste and Smell Disorders Conference!  To learn more about Sensonics International and their smell tests, visit www.smelltest.com.  To get in touch with Leah Holzel, who is a chef focused on anosmia, you can send her an email to lholzel@mac.com.  To learn more about Eclat chocolate, visit www.eclatchocolate.com.  If you want to learn more about Daniel Stern and the R2L restaurant, visit www.r2lrestaurant.com.  If you'd like to learn about Chris Ngyuen and Feast your Eyes Catering, visit www.feastyoureyescatering.com.  To listen to and learn more about Gastropod, visit www.gastropod.com.
17:49
December 4, 2018
Episode 14 - Interview with Jason Russell on Congenital Anosmia
This week, listen in as I interview Jason Russell on what it's like living with congenital anosmia!  If you're interested in the smelling device I mentioned, the Tanita ES-100, you can find an article about it here.  The Smell Taste 2019 website can be found online here. 
32:52
November 27, 2018
Episode 13 - The Genetics of Congenital Anosmia
This week, join me as I try to understand (and explain) the different genetics that scientists believe may cause congenital anosmia!  To read, "When the nose never knows: Exploring the genetics behind a missing sense of smell by Roger Chriss, click here.   To learn more about the author, Roger Chriss, and read his other work click here.  
10:43
November 20, 2018
Episode 12 - Dogs and Cancer Research
This week, we talk about dogs and their amazing abilities to detect disease using their powerful senses of smell!  To read "Can Dogs Detect Cancer?" by Joana Cavaco Silva, click here.  To read "Anchorage dogs trained to sniff out breast cancer" by Lauren Maxwell, click here.  To register for the Identifying Treatments for Taste and Smell Disorders conference, click here. 
05:24
November 13, 2018
Episode 11 - The Aromas of Fall and Movie Theater Smells!
This week, we catch up on some smell news, including the scientific aroma of fall and how to rate movies based on the smells emitted by the people watching them!  To read "The scent of a season: Explaining the aromas of fall" click here.  To read "Cinema air chemistry linked to film ratings" click here.  To register for the Identifying Treatments for Taste and Smell Disorders conference, visit www.ittsd2018.org.
12:58
October 30, 2018
Episode 10 - Celebrities with Anosmia
This week, we chat about famous people who have anosmia!  Jason Sudeikis - On the Conan O'Brien show, click here.  Olivia Wilde - On the Jimmy Kimmel show, click here.  Perrie Edwards - click here.  Bill Pullman - "Imagine Life Without Smell" with the Monell Center, click here. On the Steve Harvey show, click here.  Stevie Wonder - click here.  Identifying Treatments for Taste and Smell Disorders Conference - www.ittsd2018.org
05:36
October 23, 2018
Episode 9 - An Interview with Joolz
Listen in as I chat with Joolz, creator of the "Tales of Anosmia" channel on YouTube!  You can find her YouTube channel here.  If you're interested in attending the Identifying Treatments for Taste and Smell Disorders, please register online at www.ittsd2018.org.
18:32
October 9, 2018
Minisode 4 - Listener Stories
Listener Frederick, from Belgium, shares his story!
03:47
October 4, 2018
Episode 8 - Interview with Chrissi Kelly, Creator of AbScent
Today, listen in as I interview Chrissi Kelly, creator of the Smell Training website, AbScent located online here.  If you'd like to learn more about Chrissi, please click here. If you are interested in attending the Identifying Treatments for Taste and Smell Disorders, please click here.
42:02
October 2, 2018
Episode 7 - News from the Monell Center
This episode, we dive into news stories from the Monell Center!  If you'd like to register for the Double Tasty: Dinner and a Show, please visit https://www.monell.org/dinner_and_a_show_monell_50th_anniversary_celebration.  If you need to register for the Identifying Treatments for Smell and Taste Disorders conference, please visit www.ittsd2018.org.  If you want to learn more about Pamela Dalton, visit the Monell Sensations blog here, http://blog.monell.org/09/05/dealing-with-those-telltale-malodors/.  If you are interested in reading the article "A New Defender for Your Sense of Smell", visit http://www.monell.org/news/news_releases/microvillous_sentinel_Tizzano_SCC_olfaction.
06:19
September 25, 2018
Episode 6 - Interview with Dr. Rachel Herz
Today, listen in as I interview Dr. Rachel Herz about her book "The Scent of Desire: Discovering Our Enigmatic Sense of Smell" and the psychology of smell!  You can find information about her book online here. You can find Dr. Herz's website here. You can find information about the Identifying Treatments for Taste and Smell Disorders (ITTSD) conference and register here.
33:09
September 18, 2018
Episode 5- Smell Training and the "Identifying Treatments for Taste and Smell Disorders" Conference!
This episode, we hear about smell training and the new conference for people living with smell and taste disorders!  Chris Kelly's Smell Training Website- click here.  "I'm Going to Stay Optimistic: Wash U Patients Work to Regain Sense of Smell"- click here.  Identifying Treatments for Smell and Taste Disorders Conference- click here.   New Conference to Establish Road Map for Treatment-Focused Research on Smell and Taste Disorders- click here. 
05:13
September 11, 2018
Episode 4 - Interview with the Girl Who Can't Smell
Today, we get to chat with Yazmin Salazar, the Girl Who Can't Smell, about her website, blog, and what it was like growing up with congenital anosmia! To visit The Girl Who Can't Smell online, click here. 
23:46
September 4, 2018
Minisode 3 - Listener Stories
Listener Amy, who suffers with parosmia, shares her story!
04:41
August 30, 2018
Episode 3 - Linda Buck and Richard Axel
Learn more about Linda Buck by visiting https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linda_B._Buck.  Learn more about Richard Axel by visiting https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Axel Learn more about both of their contributions to science by visiting https://www.hhmi.org/news/richard-axel-and-linda-buck-awarded-2004-nobel-prize-physiology-or-medicine.
13:01
August 28, 2018
Minisode 2 - Listener Stories
Listeners Craig & Amy share their own experiences living with anosmia!
12:49
August 23, 2018
Episode 2 - Smell & Taste News Roundup
A news roundup of all things smell and taste! You can find the articles read today online using the links listed below. Thank you to the authors for their permission to use their stories on the podcast! "Medical device maker’s malady inspires restaurant to offer tasting dinner for those who can’t smell" https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2018/08/17/medical-device-maker-s-malady-inspires-restaurant.html. "Here's a Part of Aging That Really Stinks" https://consumer.healthday.com/head-and-neck-information-17/anosmia-news-29/here-s-a-part-of-aging-that-really-stinks-736807.html.
11:23
August 21, 2018
Minisode 1 - Listener Stories
Listeners share their own experiences living with a smell/taste disorder!
09:47
August 17, 2018
Episode 1 - Pilot
Introduction to “The Smell Podcast”
02:13
August 16, 2018
August 15, 2018
00:38
August 15, 2018