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.

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Article courtesy of Healthy Holistic Living

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

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

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

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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.”

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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.

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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.

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Article courtesy of The Economic Times / Pollution

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

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Article source: Sustainable Week

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

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

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