The next time you find yourself in the honey aisle of your grocery store, debating between a pricey premium, artisanal honey and the store-brand nectar contained in a plastic bear, you might want to think twice before choosing based on price.

Article courtesy of Healthy Holistic Living

The most extensive study to date on neonicotinoid pesticides concludes that they harm both honeybees and wild bees.

Article by Rebecca Morelle Science Correspondent courtesy of BBC News / Science & Environment

The growing concern over too much added sugar in our diets.

Article courtesy of SugarScience – The Unsweetened Truth / UCSF

“If we could knock down viruses in honey bee colonies, it could lead to greater health in other pollinators.”

Article by Jackie Flynn Mogensen courtesy of Mother Jones / Environment

Of the 4,000 bee species native to North America, mason bees are among the easiest to raise, while also being gentle and amazing pollinators.

Article courtesy of The Honeybee Conservancy

Honey bees may help monitor pollution in cities and help pinpoint the exact sources of environmental pollutants such as lead, a first-of-its-kind study has found.

Article courtesy of The Economic Times / Pollution

Its sting hurts a lot, but if they were to disappear, it would hurt much more.

Article source: Sustainable Week

French man trains his bees to make “Cannahoney” from marijuana resin.

Article by Tyler Koslow courtesy of Merry Jane Articles

However, according to wildlife experts and scientists, the bees have joined the endangered species long list.

Article by Chardynne Joy H. Conci courtesy of The Science Times

Bees and other stinging insects, like wasps, can be found in many places so you should be careful when spending time outdoors.

Article courtesy of MyBeeLine