2nd Feature

February 2000 Issue

Taste And Smell: Tactics To Triumph Over Declining Senses As You Age

"Nothing tastes good anymore."That's a fairly common complaint among older people. But there's reason for the sentiment beyond yearning for things the way they used to be. Sensory experts note that the older people get, the more likely they are to experience declines in taste and smell. These age-related sensory losses not only hinder eating enjoyment, but can compromise good nutrition and overall health as well. Some Taste-Altering Drugs A

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