A Real Common Cold Cure, Perhaps
on 16 May 2018
Hundreds of different viruses can trigger a cold. This has meant, for as long as we can remember, there's been nothing truly effective at reducing its duration. Now, however, researchers at Imperial College London have developed a new chemical compound that approaches cold viruses differently. Their molecule makes the human cells inhospitable for viruses, by targeting them rather than the virus. There's no timeline for the duration of trialling—but as Futurism notes, we've already waited 3,000 years for something like this. Read more there.