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Seven honeybee species placed on endangered species list as pollinator collapse continues

South Carolina sprays for Zika, further decimates honeybee population

World's most heavily used pesticide set to wipe bees off the face of the earth, leading to mass human starvation

EPA continues to ignore the bee extinction epidemic ... could end in collapse of ecosystem

57 different herbicides linked to the rapidly declining ...

Bees' brains more powerful than computers

October 27, 2010 - printable article

Bees' brains more powerful than computers


Bees' brains more powerful than computers

October 27, 2010 - Bees' brains more powerful than computers

Wednesday, October 27, 2010 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writerTags: bees, computers, health news

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Bees live shorter, become sicker because of air pollution, scientists find

August 14, 2020 -

In one of the first major efforts to understand the impact of air pollution on animals, scientists from India's National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) in Bangalore found that polluted air could be detrimental for some of the most important organisms to agriculture: bees.

In particular, the scientists found traces of toxic metals like lead, tungsten and arsenic on the bodies of bees collected from different locations in Bangalore, one of the largest ...

Bees love cannabis, and it’s helping to restore their declining populations

February 01, 2020 -

Entitled, "The Bee Community of Cannabis sativa and Corresponding Effects of Landscape Composition," this paper out of Cornell University explains how cannabis produces high amounts of pollen, which acts as a magnet for at least 16 different varieties of bees just in the northeastern United States alone.

As it turns out, the taller the cannabis plant, the more attractive it is to bees, the paper found. In fact, the tallest cannabis plants evaluated ...

Bees 'entomb' pesticide-tainted pollen in effort to protect themselves from extinction

April 13, 2011 - printable article

Bees 'entomb' pesticide-tainted pollen in effort to protect themselves from extinction


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Bees 'entomb' pesticide-tainted pollen in effort to protect themselves from extinction

April 13, 2011 - Bees 'entomb' pesticide-tainted pollen in effort to protect themselves from extinction

Wednesday, April 13, 2011 by: Jonathan Benson, staff writerTags: honey bees, pollen, health news

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Merritt Medical Hour: Dr. Jana Schmidt discusses the health benefits of BEES – Brighteon.TV

October 31, 2023 -

According to the former Navy physician and surgeon, beekeeping has a healing property and beekeepers are one of the professions with the longest lifespans worldwide. Schmidt, a certified natural health professional, attested to Merritt's remarks.

"The products that come from bees, and [the benefits of] utilizing them for yourself, is huge. We know bee pollen has every vitamin and mineral known for human nutrition," she said. "The list of health benefits that ...

Bees declared “the most important living being on the planet,” but they may soon be extinct

November 23, 2020 -

As noted by the Earthwatch Institute during the debates, bees around the world have decreased by up to 90 percent, mainly because of massive deforestation, a lack of safe places for nests, a lack of flowers, the uncontrolled use of pesticides and changes in soil chemistry, among other things. Researchers believe that this decline in bee population will have devastating effects on the entire planet.

The world's agriculture is heavily dependent on bees ...

BEE WARNED! Contaminants in bee products pose serious health risks

June 14, 2023 -

These products that stem from apiculture (bee-keeping) include bee bread or bee pollen, propolis, beeswax and royal jelly. But various contaminants such as pesticides can sully the health benefits of these, with a study in Food and Chemical Toxicology zooming in on this matter. The study authors from Hungary conducted a review of literature centering on the four apicultural products.

"Honey bees are important pollinators in most ecosystems, which are endangered ...

POLLINATOR COLLAPSE: U.S. beekeepers lost an estimated 48% of their honey bee colonies last year

June 29, 2023 -

Honey bee population decline spells trouble for US agriculture

To put matters into perspective, the 2020-2021 season saw an estimated 51% decline in honey bee colonies, and the 2021-2022 season saw a 39% drop. As the die-off trend continues, there will be ongoing consequences for agriculture and biodiversity, for honey bees pollinate over 100 different crop types and numerous wild herbs.

"Although the total number of honey bee colonies in the country has remained ...

5 Survival myths that can get you killed and what to do instead

February 26, 2024 - bees by jumping into a body of water and hiding beneath its surface

Anonymous fraudsters claiming to be survival experts have said that because neither bees nor wasps like water, you can jump into a lake, river or any body of water and hide beneath its surface to thwart them.

Bees and wasps are relentless and if they see you as a threat, they'll make sure you know it. These stingers are aggressive and super protective of their homes. If you've ...

Insect biodiversity plummeting as global food supply teeters toward collapse

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This is really bad news for the food supply, which relies on precious pollinators like bees to keep the life cycle going. Without these vital critters, there will be no more food available for anyone, including the rich and sinister who think they are going to somehow escape the horrors they are unleashing.

There are many reasons why insect biodiversity is crumbling to dust, including fragmentation and loss of habitat; pollution from LED lighting, microplastics and ...

The ANTIBACTERIAL potency of honey: A natural alternative to prescription antibiotics

September 26, 2023 - bees, hydrogen peroxide is considered a true disinfectant and a strong oxidizing agent, providing honey with antibacterial properties.

Although hydrogen peroxide is widely considered to be honey’s primary source of antibacterial activity, there are honey varieties whose main antibacterial mechanisms are non-hydrogen peroxide-dependent.Non-peroxide antibacterial activity

Recent studies revealed that polyphenols or phenolic compounds – mainly phenolic acids ...

Government morphed into a Marxist cabal, willing and ready to impose tyranny: ‘All tyrannies rule through fraud and force, but once the fraud is exposed they must rely on force’

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(Article by Patricia McCarthy republished from

We know that the Obama administration and his worker bees in the DOJ, FBI and CIA abused FISA throughout the Obama and Trump administrations.

The FBI alone used the intel database 278,000 times! Their illegal misuse of the FISA gave us the entirely fabricated Russia collusion hoax and destroyed numerous lives by implicating them in their scheme to destroy Trump. The Republicans in Congress ...

Latest EWG consumer’s guide reveals 2024’s DIRTY DOZEN and CLEAN FIFTEEN

a month ago - bees and other pollinators. Neonicotinoids have also been linked to issues affecting the development of children’s nervous systems.

Testing also confirmed the presence of pyrethroid insecticides like cypermethrin and bifenthrin. While there are fewer studies on these pesticides, existing research has warned that they may also harm children’s brains.

More than one in 10 pear samples tested positive for diphenylamine, a compound that is currently banned in the European ...

Honey: An amazing superfood with many health benefits

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Honey is a sweet liquid that honeybees produce from plant nectar. A common ingredient in many foods, honey is available in several different forms, such as raw honey or Manuka honey.Common ingredient in home remedies and alternative medicine treatments

Honey also has several health benefits and is a common ingredient in many home remedies and alternative medicine treatments.

One tablespoon (20 grams) of honey contains the following nutrients:


11 Must-have “forever foods” for your ultimate pantry prep

4 days ago - bees that pollinate healthy manuka honey bushes in the pristine bushlands and forests along the east coasts of Australia.

While all types of honey possess a natural property known as peroxide activity, the compound responsible for this activity in most mainstream honey products is unstable and easily loses its effectiveness when exposed to air or sunlight. However, manuka honey has non-peroxide activity, which is provided by a much more stable and effective compound. ...

Wild blueberries found to improve cardiovascular health and cognitive performance in older adults

7 days ago - bees are ESSENTIAL for producing larger and better blueberries.

Why blueberries should be a staple in your diet.

How to grow blueberries in pots this summer.

Blueberries: Superfood that can help you improve brain health.

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