Bees

Doctors are trying to use bees to detect diabetes. (WBZ-TV).

Boston Researchers Train Bees To Detect Diabetes

The students are hoping to use this research on bees to look for other diseases that can be detected on a person’s breath like tuberculosis and cancer.

08/14/2014

A bumble bee collects nectar. (Photo credit: Wolfgang Kumm/AFP/Getty Images)

Spring Training Buzz: Red Sox-Yankees Game Delayed By Bees

A spring training game between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees created a buzz.

03/18/2014

(WBZ-TV)

Local Beekeepers Say Mosquito Spraying Also Wiping Out Bees

Spraying designed to decrease the mosquito population is also wiping out bees.

08/26/2013

(Photo Credit: THOMAS KIENZLE/AFP/Getty Images)

Study: Pesticide Likely To Blame For Drop In Honey Bee Population

Honeybees are a critical part of our food supply, but they’re disappearing at an alarming rate. Dr. Alex Lu of Harvard, though, believes he’s solved the mystery.

04/05/2012

Avid beekeeper and owner of The Beekeeper's Warehouse in Woburn, Nancy Mangion. (Photo by Mary Blake)

‘Urban’ Beekeeping Becoming Popular In Boston Area

Urban beekeeping is becoming a popular hobby in the Boston area.

11/12/2011

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Gardening With Gutner: The Importance Of Bee Pollination

This week on Gardening With Gutner, Todd traveled to Parlee Farms in Tyngsboro, MA, where he met with bee keeper Andrew Reseska.

05/31/2011

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