In this article in Science Focus, the home of BBC Science Focus Magazine, scientists have used tiny layers of Manuka honey in surgical mesh to fight post-operative infections with great success.
This is exciting news for not only the Manuka honey industry, but also for surgical patients encountering the possibility of superbugs and antibiotic resistance. In this study, Manuka honey has killed antibiotic-resistant superbugs and further has not developed resistance like pharmaceutical antibiotics do.
Read full article here.
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Have you heard that honeybees never sleep? It seems to be a notion that is perpetuated by word of mouth. Researchers say otherwise. It just goes to prove that you can’t believe everything you hear.
According to Jürgen Tautz in his book The Buzz About Bees, foragers enter a pronounced state of sleep—largely at night and in the hive. However, sometimes they sleep outside the hive as well. In addition, beekeepers and bee photographers the world over have reported seeing bees asleep in flowers. The bees may remain stationary for hours, only to fly away when disturbed.