Jennifer Lambdin Scarbrough

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Anne Hathaway Wants To Know What You Think Of Her Blonde Locks

Anne Hathaway has gone blonde (again)! The actress premiered her new look in a selfie on Instagram today and posted a question to her followers, but …

Moves Guaranteed to Get You Your Best Butt Ever

Contrary to popular belief, your abs aren't the only group of muscles that have a major effect on total body strength and power. Your glutes are among the strongest muslces in your body and they play a huge role in overall fitness, too. Yet, despite their importance, they are often overlooked and …

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Macro Bee Portraits by Sam Droege and the USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab | Colossal

<p>Sam Droege is the head of the USGS Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Program in Maryland, an organization that monitors the health and habitat of …

Climate change affects bee population

In the last few years, a third of the bee population has been lost in Europe. According to the Croatia's National Beekeeper’s Association, there are 9,000 bee keepers with a bee population of nearly 500,000.<p>In Croatia, unseasonably warm weather is causing bees to come out of hibernation earlier in …

Australian scientists microchip bees to map movements, halt diseases

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian scientists are gluing tiny sensors onto thousands of honey bees to track their movements in a trial aimed at halting the spread of diseases that have wiped out populations in the northern hemisphere.<p>Detail of bees on their hive in Paris in this September 24, 2010 file …

Scientists glue sensors to 5,000 bees to study behaviour

Researchers have attached tiny sensors to thousands of bees as part of an experiment to better understand their behaviour<p>The project aims to gain greater understanding into why bees behave the way they do and to study the effects of pesticides and fungicides on the bee population.<p>Scientists in …

Pesticides poison honey bee larvae in the hive

Four pesticides commonly used on crops to kill insects and fungi also kill honey bee larvae in the hive, a new study reports.<p>The findings also show …

Can Urban Beekeeping Stop the Beepocalypse?

I’m just going to say it: Los Angeles is abuzz over urban beekeeping. For years the city has had a thriving underground beekeeping culture, with …

Wild bees catch deadly diseases from honeybees

Wild bumblebees worldwide are in trouble, likely contracting deadly diseases from their commercialized honeybee cousins, a new study shows.<p>That's a …

Disease Spreading From Honeybees

Two pathogens that infect honeybees have crossed over to their wild bumblebee cousins.<p>Honeybees have gotten a lot of sympathy for their mysterious declines. But a recent study has shown that the honey-makers are spreading their worst diseases to their cousins the bumblebees.<p>A study published online …