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Loss of smell drives Covid-19 survivors to get creative in the kitchen – CNN

A loss of smell — or anosmia — is a common symptom of Covid-19, and it can severely impact people’s ability to taste. People still need to eat, of course, and they’re…



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(CNN)Emergency physician Dr. Alex Yeats had just whipped up what seemed like an appetizing dinner option when his wife let him know she wasn’t having anything to do with it.
“It was black bean pasta with almonds and turmeric chunks and I was like ‘I’m not eating that, it’s disgusting,'” said Sarah Yeats, 31, an emergency nurse from Atlantic Beach, Florida.
The couple both work at a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, and she had contracted Covid-19 at work and brought it home in August.
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