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September 2014

 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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Tumors Feel the Deadly Sting of Nanobees
When bees sting, they pump poison into their victims.Now the toxin in bee venom has been harnessed to kill tumor cells by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

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Bee Pesticides May 'harm developing brains
of unborn babies'
Experts find chemicals that may adversely affect neurons and brain structures associated with learning and memory. Controversial pesticides linked to declines in bee populations may harm the developing brains of unborn babies, experts at the European Food Safety Authority ruled on Tuesday. Read more...  

 American Apitherapy Society News
The AAS has had some recent changes to the Board of Directors, read more from the President of AAS.
We are continually seeking articles pertaining to Apitherapy for submission in our monthly Newsletters or in the Journal of the American Apitherapy Society published quarterly and distributed to members of AAS. If you have written an article, a testimonial, or have a source of an appropriate article we invite you to please forward it to the AAS office at asoffice@apitherapy.org. Any literary contributions are welcomed and  greatly appreciated, Thank You!

  Contact the American Apitherapy Society
To obtain information or inquire about membership with AAS visit our website at
www.apitherapy.org  or email the office at aasoffice@apitherapy.org