Veterinarians have long recognized that manuka honey—which is native to Australia and New Zealand—as an effective wound treatment. But researchers now believe this pricey product isn’t the only kind of honey can kill bacteria found in horse wounds.
“As a scientist and equine surgeon, I am very excited by our findings (which) suggest that there are a number of ot
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