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Unlike mosquitoes, black flies and other bugs that plague us during the warm seasons, adult ticks don't die off or go underground when the weather gets cold.
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Researchers at Johns Hopkins University say they have found a new way to target insects in an environmentally safe way.
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Peer-reviewed research, published in the leading journal Nature this Wednesday, has revealed data from the Netherlands showing that bird populations fell most sharply in those areas where neonicotinoid pollution was highest.
11 hrs ago | Denver Post
In both instances, people and their pets had come into contact with the bats, the county's public health director said in a news release.
Instagram users share their snapshots as they soak up the sun this week on the beach, at the PNE, in parks and at the ballgame.
Has anyone told you that your flowering plants are killing off the honeybees and butterflies that visit your garden? Have you heard of the studies being done on the effects of neonicotinoids? If you don't have a clue, well, then it's high time you learned about the dastardly effects these chemicals are having on the very insects you so innocently ... (more)
Dead mayflies are piling up around the new lanterns installed on the Columbia-Wrightsville bridge, pictured here Wednesday, because they're attracted to the lights during their short lifespans.
Neal Bredehoeft of Alma, Mo., in Lafayette County, walks through a field of soybeans checking it for signs of threatening insects or disease.
A letter by a group of scientists on declines in insectivorous birds prepared for Nature magazine and posted online resulted in a response by Bayer CropScience because the company contends there is no demonstrated "causal link between the use of neonicotinoids and the development of bird populations in Europe."
They may be a small insect, but some leafhoppers can carry a big punch, devastating crops and causing millions of dollars in damage.
Bacterial infections usually announce themselves with pain and fever but often can be defeated with antibiotics -- and then there are those that are sneaky and hard to beat.
Brett Wilcox and son David, 15, are running across the country along with Jenna, their mixed breed dog rescued from a shelter in Texas, to talk about the dangers of GMO foods.
The state health department said Wednesday that mosquitoes in Marshall and Pike counties were confirmed to have the virus.
A garden centre is seen at a Home Depot in Toronto, Wednesday July 2, 2014 A garden centre is seen at a Home Depot in Toronto, Wednesday July 2, 2014 plans to begin labelling plants that contain the pesticide that is blamed for the deaths of bees and other pollinators of crops and flowers.
Dead bumblebees littered the sidewalk in front of Wakefield's Saint Joseph School.
New Hampshire residents with swimming pools are being asked to check their filters for an invasive insect that poses a serious threat to the state's forests and trees.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 01:50 pm
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