Better Olfaction Tied to Slower Brain Atrophy, Better Functioning in Older Adults

Among adults aged 50 years and older, poorer olfaction was tied to brain atrophy and neuropsychological changes over time. Higher odor identification scores were significantly associated with slower brain atrophy and slower decline in memory, attention, processing speed, and manual dexterity.

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