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How does your brain react when you look at a picture of a mouth-watering chocolate pastry or a freshly baked double-cheese pizza?...According to an Indian-origin professor Aradhna Krishna, merely asking consumers to imagine what the food smells like,
London, 3 hours ago I find that I don't get hallucinations just incredibly hypersensitive with migraines and toast (yes I know how can toast possibly be offensive) becomes Satan's own bowel movement, actually no I associate with the smell of a dying
In addition, there are people who are complaining of a burning or stinging around their eyes. Subsequently, members of the Fire Department and the Ministry of the Environment have set out in a search to detect the source.
Forget seeing, imagining a smell can better drive consumers' desire to purchase advertised food products...We think it's because advertisers do not think it would actually do anything," explained professor Maureen Morrin of Temple University's Fox
After last month's chemical spill, many West Virginians still prefer filling jugs of water from a tanker truck over trusting the tap in their kitchen. Weeks ago, government officials said the running water across nine counties was suitable for all
It is thought unpleasant odours cause rapid reactions, while pleasant odours cause slower reactions As part of the study, the researchers also measured reaction times by participants pressing one button as fast as they can when they detected an odor.
12 February 2014 5 shares 0 View comments Laying beneath the night sky on a warm night gazing up at the stars with your lover... It's a nice thought that not many of us will get to experience at this time of year. But those keen to recreate the
Researchers at Spain's Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, in collaboration with tech firm IIia Sistemas SL, are developing a system that can verify people by their scent signatures. Recognisable body odour patterns remain constant enough over time to
News reported that children from Florida Pitt Walker School, 21601 E. Place, are waiting in school buses to stay warm while the fire department investigates the smell. Some children complained about being nausated, but none have not been taken to a
Why not swap annoying smartphone audio alerts for sweet or savory scents? The Scentee plugs into a handset's headphone jack and, when it's done communicating with its supporting app, will automatically emit a scent every time there's a new message in