- A common bacterium found in the nose thwarts the growth of a bacterial species that causes middle ear infections and life-threatening pneumonia.
- The genes for the receptors our noses use to detect scents are about 30 percent different between any two people, and so we each have a unique "olfactory fingerprint."
- Your nose is capable of detecting countless smells in the world, but scientists now say there are 10 basic categories that encapsulate them all.
- There are two predominant theories for how humans' sense of smell works.
- A British man who lost his nose to skin cancer is now growing a new one in his arm.
- A Pakistani student who was shot in the head has had the bullet successfully removed through his nose in a new operation.