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What do you know about your nose?

Did you know a dog’s nose is 40 times stronger than a humans? Or that your sneezing style is genetically determined? And if you have a blocked nose and eat something with vanilla in it, you won’t taste the vanilla?

You can only ever see it in a mirror, so it’s no wonder you may not know much about your nose. James Hayes is a researcher at the UNSW Odour Laboratory and he joins John Stanley to discuss all things about your noise including how your lifestyle choice can affect your sense of smell, why do some things smell bad for some and not for others, why we react so poorly to body odour and much more.

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