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Bleeding Heart
E-Mail Newsletter
February 2014
Heart Comb
 is the medicinal use of honeybee products.
This includes
honey, propolis,
royal jelly, pollen,
and bee venom.

Founded in 1989,
the AAS is a
community of people
interested in this
natural, holistic practice.
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Charles Mraz Apitherapy Course & Conference

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Join us in Celebrating the American Apitherapy Society's 25 Year Anniversary!
At the 18th Annual Charles Mraz Apitherapy  
Course and Conference May 2-4, 2014 
 National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL

Register by March 2, 2014
for the "EARLY BEE" Discount  

Medical doctors, a spectrum of holistic health practitioners, veterinarians, researchers, backyard beekeepers,
and members of the general public interested in self-reliant health care
will convene from all over the US and the world to learn about apitherapy. Click Here for Registration and more Information.
Look for Program and Presenter Profiles on the AAS website soon. 

Why You Should Ditch Sugar in Favor of Honey

While honey and sugar share similar degrees of sweetness, the differences in the way our bodies respond to them are profound.  

O'hare Airport Buzzing Over Honeybees

The sweet smell of success is in the air at O'Hare International Airport with an unusual collaboration aimed at giving honeybees and their keepers a second chance.  Read More...

Sea-Tac Airport Installs Honeybee Hives:  Port Capitalizes on Open Space to Increase the Hardiness of NW Bees
A new project called "Flight Path" has brought 500,000 honey bees to SEATAC.  The Port of Seattle and the nonprofit The Common Acre have joined forces, managing six hives on undeveloped sites that serve as safety buffers for runways. Read More...
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