All posts tagged with Pesticides
09/14/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

New research out of the University of Illinois at Chicago illustrating the antimicrobial properties of bee pollen might be surprising

http://www.bees.news/2017-09-14-unable-to-develop-a-new-antibiotic-drug-for-decades-new-research-discovers-potential-in-a-compound-from-honeybees.html

09/14/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A new study affirmed that neonicotinoid pesticides — also known as “neonics” which are chemically related to nicotine — harm

http://www.bees.news/2017-09-14-new-study-confirms-bayers-neonic-pesticides-are-destroying-honeybee-pollinators-yet-the-epa-does-nothing.html

09/04/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Drivers in the U.K. have noticed a lot fewer insects colliding with their windshields recently. This might sound like good

http://www.bees.news/2017-09-04-mass-wipeout-of-insects-happening-now-across-the-uk.html

07/24/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Anyone who still tries to claim that pesticides do not harm honeybees after recent study results out of Germany and

http://www.bees.news/2017-07-24-denial-remember-when-the-scientific-status-quo-claimed-pesticides-didnt-harm-honeybees-now-the-evidence-is-undeniable.html

06/22/2017 / By Tim Wesley

Probiotics — the live bacteria found inside your gut — can be the answer to saving mankind. According to a

http://www.bees.news/2017-06-22-probiotics-found-to-protect-honey-bees-from-toxic-effects-of-pesticides.html

04/16/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Traces of a dangerous pesticide called neonicotinoids were detected in tap water across the U.S., a recent study revealed. A team

http://www.bees.news/2017-04-16-for-the-first-time-bee-killing-neonicotinoid-pesticides-are-now-being-found-in-drinking-water.html

03/24/2017 / By Vicki Batts

The decimation of bee populations is a national concern, but beekeepers in the state of Maryland have been hit especially

http://www.bees.news/2017-03-24-56-of-marylands-bees-have-disappeared-in-2016.html

01/23/2017 / By Daniel Barker

In a disconnect of mammoth proportions, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has just acknowledged the threat to bee populations

http://www.bees.news/2017-01-23-epa-acknowledges-deadly-effects-of-pesticides-on-bees-but-ignores-bill-on-restricting-their-use.html

12/21/2016 / By Robert Jonathan

Neonicotinoids, a class of pesticides in wide use, may be more destabilizing to agriculture than previously presumed, according to a

http://www.bees.news/2016-12-21-common-insectidies-found-to-be-far-more-dangerous-to-health-than-previously-believed.html

05/18/2016 / By Chris Draper

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently admitted that neonicotinoids – a class of insecticides – can harm honeybees when used

http://www.bees.news/2016-05-18-neonicotinoids-really-are-killing-honeybees-epa-study-admits.html

04/27/2016 / By D. Samuelson

The chemical train of death and destruction just got another engine. Why should we be surprised? The folks at the

http://www.bees.news/2016-04-27-the-epa-just-approved-a-pesticide-that-challenges-birds-plants-amphibians-and-mammals-even-after-admitting-the-risks.html