Professor Bob Frank's 'Sniff Test' Featured in NY Times

University of Cincinnati psychologist Robert Frank says the sense of 

smell can be a first casualty of degenerative brain diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, and other problems outside the typical sensory loss associated with aging.

The Aug. 14 edition of The New York Times offers a story on the "Sniff Magnitude Test" invented by Frank and UC biologist Robert Gesteland, a test now under further development with the WR Medical Electronics Company in Stillwater, Minn.

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