Fragrance designer and expert Sue Phillips is credited with helping COVID-19 long haulers regain their sense of smell.

Doctors say she is like a physical therapist for the nose.

Lyss Stern isn't someone who's easily rattled.

The 47-year-old mother of three is a self-titled "mom-preuner."

She's written books, even launched a mask design kit for kids, but COVID-19 threw her.

"I lost my taste and smell. I developed tinnitus, ringing in my ears, which I still have today," Stern said. "Fatigue — insane, conjunctivitis in my eyes."

That was last March. Today, she can only taste about 10 foods.

She takes about 50 vitamins a day and is thankful for the energy she musters to walk her dog around the block.

Tháng 6 22, 2022 — Sue Phillips

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