The researchers said that honey containing different concentrations of polyphenols, these elements are anti-oxidants, is thought to be lower risk of heart disease and cancer, polyphenols found in fruits, vegetables, tea and olive oil. While previous studies have shown that honey can lead to improved antioxidant capacity, but the researchers said, this is the first observation of long-term effects of honey research. The study is published in this year's American Chemical Society's annual meeting.
If you are chased by bees, BEE If you are stung by a bee, BEE SMART! SMART! Run away from the bees! Gently scrape away the stinger. Don’t squeeze it. Cover your face and eyes with clothes or hands. Tell a parent, teacher or another grown-up. Hide inside a house or car. A Children’s Guide to Africanized Honey Bees Georgia Department of Agriculture Plant Protection Division Tommy Irvin Atlanta, Georgia 30334 Commissioner Atlanta: 404-651-9486 or Tifton: 229-386-3464 A new bee has arrived in the South- How is an Africanized honey bee different If you find a bee’s nest, BEE SMART! east! from other bees? Walk away calmly. It’s called the Africanized honey bee. It is more protective of its home and the area around it. It’s a dangerous kind of bee—you might know it as the “killer bee” and you need to be extra careful around them. How can you stay safe? BEE SMART! Tell a parent, teacher or other grown -up. It becomes angry easier. Don’t make bees angry: BEE NICE! When it is angry, it will chase you further. Stay away from the bees’ nest. It stays angry for a longer time. Do not throw objects, such as sticks or rocks, at a bee’s home. This bee is not more poisonous than other bees, but because it gets angry so easily, it is more likely to sting you. So BEE CARE- FUL!
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