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How to Help Patients Cope With Loss of Taste and Smell

How to Help Patients Cope With Loss of Taste and Smell
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Smell and taste loss can be the first sign of a serious neurologic disorder like Parkinson's or Alzheimer's disease, but it is also possible to los...
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    Smell and taste loss can be the first sign of a serious neurologic disorder like Parkinson's or Alzheimer's disease, but it is also possible to lose these senses after something as simple as a sinus infection or virus. How can you help your patients get to the bottom of why this is happenning to them, and how can you help them cope with this change in their quality of life? Dr Ronald DeVere, director of the Taste and Smell Disorders Clinic in Austin, Texas, and author of the book Coping with Smell and Taste Loss,joins host Dr. Anthony Alessi to explain this strange, debilitating and frustrating phenomenon.

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