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Peanut butter could provide early Alzheimer’s clue


Scientists at the University of Florida have discovered that patients with a confirmed diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease could smell peanut butter with one nostril but not the other. According to the research, the scent of peanut butter is detected by a specific nerve that is typically damaged by Alzheimer’s.