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(BBC Newsline 6.30 - 30/04/2008 / Reporter: Martin Cassidy) Local researchers believe honey may hold the key to finding a cure for hospital super-bug MRSA.
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In ancient times many physicians championed the power of honey to heal wounds and today is not different. Scientists in Belfast have discovered that honey can help deal with a form of the hospital superbug MRSA that can be found in wounds and boils.

 
 

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