Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Health Tip: When Your Taste Buds Sour

(HealthDay News) -- Taste impairments can be caused by anything that affects the way the brain processes your sense of taste, including smoking, a vitamin deficiency, a drug, or even the common cold.

Here are other common causes of taste problems, courtesy of the U.S. National Library of Medicine:

Aging.
Strep throat or flu.
An injury to the mouth, nose, or head.
Gingivitis (gum disease).
Conditions such as Bell's Palsy, Sjogren Syndrome, or pharyngitis.
Dryness of the mouth.
An infection in the nasal passages, sinusitis or nasal polyps.

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