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Even when we are all special somehow, and of course have a hidden talent, there is a small proportion of the population who, thanks to biology, can actually do things not everyone can. Things such as hearing or feeling colors, seeing music, tasting shapes and even experience other people’s pain is part of what they easily do. The latest findings of science have proved that highly sensitive people “see” the world in ways most of us can only imagine. Who are they? Let's find out! ...

As a matter of fact there is a strong connection between smells, emotions and early life experiences; so, in other words: memory and smell are interconnected, not only because through our memory we learn to remember smells, but, because various parts of our brain synchronize at the same time to generate functional networks. In addition, smell serves as a survival function and our receptor cells are extremely specialized to particular odors. So, how does this happen? ...

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