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Op-Ed: France bans Syngenta pesticide linked to decline in bees
France bans pesticide linked to a sharp decline in bee populations across the world in recent years. The phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder may be caused by the bees drinking the nectar from the plants spayed with a Swiss made chemical.
Op-Ed: FDA Warning: New Multiple Sclerosis treatment?
The FDA issued an alert on the potential dangers of an unproven treatment for multiple sclerosis, but left out alternative treatments.
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University of New Hampshre researchers discovered a mass extinction of bees took place at the same time as dinosaurs became extinct. Pictured - a small carpenter bee.
University of New Hampshire - Sandra Rehan
By Bob Peterson from North Palm Beach, Florida, Planet Earth! [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (http://creativecommons.
Air pollution and global warming are seen as contributors to the growing issue of bee colony collapse across the globe.
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