A cat and crème brulee

[SlideDeck id='187' width='100%' height='300px'] My husband, Adam, went away for a week to a work conference, and when he came home, I stood blocking the front door. I sniffed him up and down, along with our dogs. I couldn’t help myself. He carried so many aromas! The most glaring odor was garlic. It was coming from everywhere, even his hair. Worse, it was the pre-chopped-in-rancid-soybean-oil kind of garlic that commercial kitchens … [Read More...]



Science Daily: Training improves sense of smell

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Smell impacts first impression

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Waterford, Conn, joins cities with fragrance bans

Policies limiting or banning the use of fragrance is a growing policy trend that we've been following closely. Today Waterford, Conn, … [Read More...]


Reek of the Week: New York City

I spent seven hours this week in New York City. For someone with a hyper keen sense of smell, that translates into six hours fifty-nine … [Read More...]