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How painful is a bee sting?

New study extends the “Schmidt Sting Pain Index”

Sting painfulness varies widely depending on body location, says US scientist Michael L. Smith in a recent study.

Why global warming could be particularly bad for our bees

A parasite is spreading through the world’s honey bees and climate changes are making it worse.

A parasite is spreading through the world’s honey bees and climate changes are making it worse, says zoologist Robert Paxton in a comment on the World Economic Forum blog.

Parasite pressures on wild honey bee swarms

Managed and feral adult honey bee populations show similar intensity in parasite infestation

UK research team reports that managed and feral adult honey bee populations show similar intensity in parasite infestation.

Forbes journalist warns US farmers of imminent loss of important tools...

Forbes journalist warns US farmers of imminent loss of important tools

In an opinion piece, journalist Henry I. Miller issues a “wake-up call for US farmers”, drawing their attention to the EPA’s recent tell-tale reports on neonicotinoid seed treatments in soya.

Loss of favorite pollen sources a key factor for bee losses

Dutch researchers analyzed pollen collected before 1950

With their favorite host plants gone, many bee species in the Netherlands have declined in the past decades. This is the conclusion of a study at Wageningen University.

Bee health magazine "BEENOW" launched at Bayer’s Perspective on Innova...

Partnering is key to improve bee health

The “Bayer’s Perspective on Innovation 2014” international press forum held in Leverkusen, Germany, was the venue for the launch of the company’s first bee health magazine, “BEENOW”. The magazine presents Bayer’s efforts to unite partners from around the world, includin...

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