In the ongoing search to find better ways to use antibiotics, an extract made from maple syrup has some surprisingly important medical benefits.

As bacteria continue to outmaneuver antibiotics, our options for treating infections narrow. Plus, slimy bacterial communities called biofilms are rapidly proving a difficult and dangerous problem in healthcare settings and on medical devices.

In research presented from McGill University at the National Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society in San Francisco on April 3, scientists discussed how an extract isolated from maple syrup… more

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