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A Canadian company is looking to pay people to try their candy and rate it. And the best part is, the job is remote.
Some 86% of people with mild cases of COVID-19 lose their sense of smell and taste but recover it within six months, according to a new study of over 2,500 patients from 18 European hospitals.
Remember that kid in school who thought they had superior, unimpeachable taste in music, and yours was supremely uncool? Somebody trained an AI to be that person.
Loss of smell and taste are a strong sign that someone is infected with the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 -- and in some cases it may occur without the other symptoms of cough or fever, according to new research published Thursday.
If you're a chicken nugget lover, you know they taste even better when they're free.
"I woke up and couldn't taste or smell anything. It was the most acute thing I've ever experienced," says Londoner Holly Bourne.
In mild to moderate cases of coronavirus, a loss of smell, and therefore taste, is emerging as one of the most unusual early signs of the dise…
Did you know this odd symptom of the coronavirus? Watch this video to learn more.