More amazing research about dolphins.  Not only are they smart, not only are they incredible swimmers, but they also have an astounding ability to deal with and heal from injuries.

FOX News Radio's Kirstin McNary reports in today's "Housecall for Health"...

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The future of medicine could be swimming in the deep blue sea.

Scientists have discovered that when dolphins are bitten by sharks, their wounds don't bleed or cause them pain.  And even better, they heal in a matter of weeks.  So, how does this apply to humans?  The answer lies in the regenerative stem cells and special proteins, which humans could make into antibiotics or pain-relievers.

Researcher Michael Zasloff from Georgetown University compiled much of this information in a letter to the "Journal of Investigative Dermatology."