Pesticides, Honeybees, Neonicotinoids,

Study on Pesticides – Low Risk to Honeybees?

A recent study by a global agrochemical company, which concluded there was only a low risk to honeybees from the widely used popular pesticides neonicotinoids, has been called “misleading” in new research published by statisticians from Scotland’s University of St. Andrews. Neonicotinoids, also called neonics, may be implicated in honeybee losses and that of other…

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wound care, manuka horse, horses

Doctor Says Manuka Honey Works for Wound Care?

According to Dr. Anna O’Brien, a veterinarian, a study was conducted at the University of Glasglow, and it led researchers to the conclusion that various types of honey have antimicrobial properties that could help inhibit the growth of bacteria often found in horse leg wounds. Also, another Glasglow study claims to have discovered agents in honey…

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fitness training, manuka honey, Olympics

Nutrition Tips: Eating Like You’re in the Olympics

To be contenders for the Olympics, athletes must be driven and dedicated, spending almost the entirety of four years training for several weeks of competition against the rest of the world’s best. Everything they do is designed to improve performance including their diets, which are customized for their sport’s specific requirements. Admittedly, most of us…

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manuka honey

Medicinal Honey Startup Gets Huge Investment

SweetBio Secures $900,000 in Funding Just a few short months after completing the ZeroTo510 accelerator program and just under a year after the company was formed, SweetBio has just finalized follow-on funding equally $900,000 for the continued development of its ground breaking product – this according to an article featured on BizJournals.com/Memphis. This funding is…

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