With 110 scientific sessions underway at the same time Monday, reporters often did not know which way to turn in that unending search for a good story. Sophie Rovner, a senior editor with Chemical & Engineering News, found one winner involving cigar breath.
"The breath of a cigar smoker isn't exactly sweet," Rovner wrote. "The odor can range from a musty smell to something akin to burning yard waste. Chemists have now identified the strongest-smelling compounds in cigar-smokers' breath in the hopes of developing breath fresheners to neutralize these odors."
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