Media Mentions

December 14, 2020, The Philadelphia Inquirer In a building crammed with mass spectrometers, gene sequencers, and other sophisticated equipment for studying the science of smell, Pam Dalton uses a low-tech approach to maintain her nasal health. Three bowls of water on top of the heating vent in...

December 5,  2020, The Guardian Seven years ago, rhinology surgeon Peter Andrews found himself performing an operation that would go on to change the course of his career. Andrews was operating on a patient who had broken his nose many decades earlier after being struck by a...

October 30, 2020. Proof Podcast/American Test Kitchen. Bridget speaks with Dr. Danielle Reed from the Monell Chemical Senses Center about the genetics of taste perception. — Listen to the Podcast....

TUESDAY, Oct. 27, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- Loss of smell is common in COVID-19, but fewer people say they have this symptom than objective tests reveal, a new study finds. In fact, about 77% of COVID-19 patients who were directly measured had smell loss, but only...

Feeding babies the right healthy foods during a critical window of time may help set them up for better health as adults, emerging research suggests. As the federal government weighs the first-ever dietary guidelines for children under 2, there’s evidence that the food habits of young...