Independent.co.uk: Autism affects ability to smell fear, finds skydiver sweat study

The lack of ability to “smell fear” may reveal clues about behaviour and brain development in people with autism, according to a new study. 

We may not be aware of it, but research suggests many people are able to smell fear.

In fact, the ability to subliminally detect and respond

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