Possible MRSA treatment is causing a buzz

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Researchers have discovered that bee glue—a sticky substance found in beehives—might have natural antibacterial properties that are effective against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Scotland investigators recently tested bee glue against 15 strains of MRSA. Two compounds found within the bee glue, Propolin C and Propolin D, showed strong activity in fighting each strain of MRSA, they found.
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