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How do you smell today?

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Entrevista con la Dra. Yanina Pepino (Argentina)

Doctora en Química.

Tema: Pérdida de olfato, gusto y quimioestesis en la COVID-19.

The New Yorker

The New York Times

Interview in Diabetes Forecast

Interview in Spanish from Radio: el microscopio.

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Entrevista con la Dra. Yanina Pepino (Argentina)


Some bariatric patients don’t sense heightened blood alcohol levels

intramed: Algunos pacientes no perciben los altos niveles de alcohol despues de la cirugia bariatrica

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Sleeve gastrectomy reduces alcohol tolerance

FoxNews: gastric bypass and alcohol

PBS: diet soda healthier than regular soda?

Time: artificial sweeteners and diabetes

Huffington Post: sucralose affects insulin response

Nature Outlook: “Obesity:insensitive issue”

Washington Post: fat maybe the sixth basic taste Scientists have agreed that the tongue can sense five distinct tastes but differed over whether our taste buds can detect fact. New research now finds that the tongue can recognize and has an affinity for fat and that variations in a gene can make people more or less sensitive to the taste of fat in foods.