It won’t turn into a prince, but if you kiss a frog you could turn into a flu fighting machine.
An Emory University study has found out that the slimy coating on Indian frogs has cured fatal cases of the flu in mice and could lead to a remedy for humans.
The tennis ball sized species was discovered a couple of years ago and their slime is, unlike most, not toxic to people. More studies are in the works.
Looks like a pucker a day could keep the flu away!Source: New York Post