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Why Losing Your Sense of Smell With Covid-19 Is So Traumatizing

Most people recover their sense of smell after Covid-19. But months on, some are still nose blind with distressing effects.

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Eight weeks after giving birth to her daughter in late December, Kelly De-Gol displayed mild symptoms of Covid-19, accompanied by a complete loss of…




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