How to treat a bee sting?
Although many different types of insects are able to inflict a poisonous bite or sting, the insects most likely to cause medical problems are bees, wasps, and ants.
Bee Venom Therapy
f you’ve ever been stung by a bee, you already have firsthand experience of the basics of bee-venom therapy (also called apitherapy). The only technical …
Bumblebees – the best greenhouse pollinators!
Bumblebees are not numerically represented as the honeybees, but they play an important role in pollinating, especially in targeted greenhouse cultivation.
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Roles of bees in a hive
oneybees are a highly fascinating, remarkably organized society. A bee colony is known as a super-organism as no single bee can survive on its own. There …
Swarming Bees: What’s it all about?
ee swarms may look terrifying but if you are confronted with a buzzing horde don’t panic: bees stuff themselves with honey before they head off, …
Types of honey bees
n last post we talk about different types of bees, but honey bees are not the same as bumble bees, wasps or yellow jackets. Honey …
Bee anatomy: The body of the bee
Have you ever wonder how long the bees are or why they have six legs? Scientists suspect that bees and flowering plants both evolved around 100 …
Explore Bees: Types of bees
an you guess how many types of bees there are? We all know that bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, known …
The Nutrition of Organic Honey
Honey bees can detect early stage cancer!
Sonication: Pollination by vibration of bees
Bees get happier and more optimistic after eating a sweet treat
Scientists have created the perfect environment for bees to thrive
Amazing bees: they learn and teach like humans do!
Have you ever seen a bee having a wee?
No sick day for bees: They’re excellent workers even when they are ill!
Natural solution: Bee fence in Africa save farmers and their crops
Leading insecticide cuts bee sperm by almost 40%
What bees do to beat the heat?
Organic agriculture: right way of saving bees from extinction!
Bees use their fuzz to detect electric fields