Researchers Use Frog Mucus to Fight the Flu

If the idea of frog slime repels you, you might want to adjust your thinking, as a new study shows that the mucus on a frog’s skin may be a new flu-fighting tool. Researchers found antimicrobial peptides in the mucus that can neutralize bacteria, viruses and fungi, CNN Health reports. While a frog mucus cure may be far off in the future, scientists did find that the peptide specifically targets H1 flu viruses. Flu season for this year is mostly over, but it’s never too late to...

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