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Parents panicked when their 3-month-old baby suddenly became sick and ended up in the hospital. He was diagnosed with botulism, a potentially deadly condition, and getting the treatment wasn't easy. "All you want is your baby to be back to normal,"
Beast, a competitive eater known to drink Tabasco by the liter, took on a new challenge recently: downing a gallon of honey (which he hates) while covered in bees (which he is terrified of). Needless to say, it was going to be a difficult one to
Their first was Picolit, the region's beloved indigenous grape, in 1973. Giannola decided to market the Picolit grappa as if it was Cognac or any other high-end spirit...Elisabetta Nonino, one of the couple's three daughters, was in Los Angeles
Chugging an entire gallon of honey is tough enough under optimal circumstancesthat's about 2 weeks worth of caloriesbut it's absolutely terrifying when you have 2,000 bees hanging out all over your face...Beast, the man who once tried to drink a
In Portland, a good beekeeper needs good neighbors lots of them. Those who enforce city rules require aspiring beekeepers to get a permit as well as the written permission of every resident and property owner within 150 feet of the property line.
Clear and accurate labelling essential to protect this $150 million a year industry The manuka honey industry is worth $150 million a year. Photo / Doug Sherring The Ministry of Primary Industries says guidelines for the labelling of manuka honey are
In an article in the UK's influential trade magazine The Grocer, Dr David Hoyland, commercial director at Minerva Scientific described as one of Europe's leading scientific independent honey testing labs acknowledged that the major antimicrobial
Community Farmers Market July 8 Posted July 2, 2014 at 6:02 p.m. An introduction to beekeeping will be presented by Joe Duffy of Anderson County Beekeepers Association at 6 p.m...You may have heard that honeybees, critical to food production, are
NZ exporters demand crackdown after magazine suggests retailers raking it in selling bogus manuka...If we continue this way, we are going to make fools of ourselves," he said. Mr Rawcliffe was responding from Bali to a special investigation by
Without honeybees, the world would lose approximately one-third of the produce that we love and depend on and without those plants, many dairy and other food sources would also disappear. Honeybees in the U.S. and around the world are mysteriously