Take a good long whiff of some fresh fish, rose, leather, orange, and peppermint. Can you tell them apart? If not, then you have five years to live.
A poor sense of smell raises the odds of death more than what established medical tests for cancer and heart disease may indicate.
U of Chicago researcher Jayant Pinto said: ‘Of all the human senses, smell is the most undervalued and unappreciated – until it’s gone.’
Let's sum up, If you can't tell the difference between your sweat soaked socks and your seriously soiled underwear then you probably have terminal cancer.
Sure it's not funny. Neither is the idea of people sitting around with their faces buried in their underwear...