Asked by  | 22nd Mar, 2008, 09:14: AM

Expert Answer:

Yes. It's because most of what we call taste is actually smell. A head cold makes linings of the nose, where smell is smelt, swell up so the nose's nerve endings and receptors cannot work properly. Your sense of smell becomes damaged and, with it, your taste.

Answered by  | 26th Mar, 2008, 11:18: AM

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