Psoriasis affects three per cent of the UK population, and symptoms can last for years.
The condition causes the skin to become red, flaky and covered in silver scales.
However, now scientists have discovered a potential treatment in the unlikeliest of places.
A study by Emory University found that fire ant venom could lead to a cure for the condition.
Researchers revealed that the venom of fire ants – which can be found in the United States, Australia and China – contains a toxic component called solenopsin which relieve <... Daily Express :: Health Feed