Monthly Archives: February 2011

Ontario museum searching for answers in mysterious death of 20,000 bees

Officials at Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum are investigating the sudden death of thousands of bees in a glass-enclosed beehive exhibit. Read more

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Study: Bees can follow sun on cloudy days

Bees can navigate using the sun even on cloudy days using clues from polarized light to determine the hidden sun’s position, Australian researchers say. Read more

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European Union move to push listing of Endosulfan to benefit European Crop protection industry

The Pesticide Manufacturers and Formulators Association of India (PMFAI) held a press conference today and invited speakers who pointed to European Union’s (EU) role in steering proceedings at international chemical conventions. The Stockholm Convention has been exploited by European Commission … Continue reading

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Brazilian Green Propolis Component Reduces DNA Damage

Antigenotoxicity of Artepillin C in vivo Evaluated by the Micronucleus and Comet Assays Read more

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Apitherapy Journal Looks at Health Benefits of Malaysian Tualang Honey

Special Issue: Tualang HoneyJournal of ApiProduct and ApiMedical Science, Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2011 Read more

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Why does a honey bottle contain a warning?

I once read a National Geographic-type article on the wonders of honey. It stated that there had never been a confirmed case of allergic reaction to honey. But my honey bottle has a warning not to feed honey to infants … Continue reading

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