Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Sniffing out an unusually common phenomenon in COVID-19 patients

Of all the COVID-19 symptoms Benjamin Abella sees in the emergency room, the loss of smell or taste is the strangest—but not because it's caused by the virus. Other viruses are known to have the same effect. Rather, it's ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Tools for managing stress and anxiety while self-quarantined

It's normal to feel anxious during times of transition, change or uncertainty. When life feels unpredictable it's crucial to focus on our mental health, connections with family and friends and self-care. Here are some tools ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Accepting anxiety as COVID-19 looms

With the threat of COVID-19 gripping the world, Queen's University professor Tom Hollenstein uses his research into how we manage emotions to offer insight into how we are dealing with weeks of disruption, near isolation ...

Neuroscience

Researchers identify critical link in mammalian odor detection

Researchers at the Monell Center and collaborators have identified a protein that is critical to the ability of mammals to smell. Mice engineered to be lacking the Ggamma13 protein in their olfactory receptors were functionally ...

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