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Dogs treated with natural remedies made from BEES

Sick dogs are being treated for the first time with medicines made by BEES. Natural remedies including pollen and honey have been given to humans for thousands of years. But the benefits of the powerful remedy for man’s best friend … Continue reading

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Global warming concern for UK bees

  Climate change threatens the survival of the UK’s honey bee population, new academic research has claimed. An exotic parasite which targets the insects is set to flourish in northern Europe if the Earth continues to warm, scientists at Queen’s … Continue reading

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Could Alderney save the honey bee?

Over the last decade there’s been growing concern for the humble honey bee. Changes to the countryside and agricultural techniques are a factor but also disease has hit colonies hard … Except in Alderney. The island is reportedly one of … Continue reading

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Bees create buzz for Castle Stuart Golf Links

  A top Highland golf club has created a buzz by introducing hundreds of rare bumblebees on the course – helping it to win a major sustainability accolade. The conservation work at Castle Stuart Golf Links, which will greet the … Continue reading

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Honeybees’ bacteria could be used as antibiotic alternative says new study

  Bacteria found in the stomachs of honeybees could potentially be used as a medical alternative to fight antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria, according to new research. Scientists from Lund University in Sweden discovered the groups of lactic acid bacteria, found … Continue reading

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Bees ‘prefer city to countryside’

Bumblebees seem to prefer the buzz of the city to the countryside, a large-scale “citizen’s science” study has found.   They also like to have a cool breeze on their backs when foraging, and choose English lavender over the more … Continue reading

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Bee Healthy

The Texas climate can be rough and varied as the landscape. In the winter months, temperate sun-soaked mornings can swiftly turn inclement, leaving many folks with a bad case of the sniffles. To help fend off your well-being woes, beekeeper … Continue reading

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The buzz about beekeeping in New Jersey

The buzz about beekeeping in New Jersey For many beekeepers, the swift movement of a honeybee is calming. These community-minded insects spend their days carefully working to keep their hive healthy and productive. “Bees are very organized, very structured, and … Continue reading

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Pratt Institute and InterContinental New York Barclay Playfully Highlight the Importance of Pollinators with New Barclay the Bee Comic Series

 Pratt Institute and InterContinental New York Barclay Playfully Highlight the Importance of Pollinators with New Barclay the Bee Comic Series. Underscoring sustainable hospitality and the importance of honeybees for the environment,InterContinental New York Barclay and The Center for Sustainable Design Strategies at … Continue reading

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Trendy hotels add beehives and chicken coops On the Portland-ification of American hotels

Trendy hotels add beehives and chicken coops. On the Portland-ification of American hotels Beehives on the roof, chicken coops out back. Nope, you’re not on a farm — you’re at one of the growing number of trendy hotels adding to their … Continue reading

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