A new study in the journal Nature suggests that the relationship between humans and honeybees may have begun over 9,000 years ago.
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
An exceptional cut in rainfall has adversely affected honey production in the Golden State. The drought, now in its third year, has ravaged flowering plants thereby reducing the number of spots available for bees to collect nectar.
By Anna Christiansen
Honey sitting on American supermarket shelves might not be the real thing. On Tuesday the Food and Drug Administration took steps to ensure that if it's labeled "honey," it actually is.
By Lorna Baldwin
Five years ago, honeybees began dying in large numbers and hives were becoming defunct. Spencer Michels reports on the scientists who are still trying to figure out why this is happening and what can be done to help the problem.
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