Eating pizza with a stuffy nose just isn't as satisfying - and there's a reason for that. Dr. Jen Gunter explains how the ability to smell and taste work together to give a full sensory experience. So whether you're sniffing the caramelized aroma of coffee, a whiff of trash or a trillion other things, your brain knows exactly what's under your nose.
Think you know how yourbody works? Think again! In this TED original series, Dr. Jen Gunter will share the truth about what's *really* going on inside you. For more, tune into her podcast, BodyStuffwith Dr. Jen Gunter: link.chtbl.com/BodyStuffYT
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