Differences Between Carpenter Bees & Bumble Bees?

Answer Although both bees are beneficial pollinators, carpenter bees are more of a nuisance. The carpenter bee is more likely to use former nesting spots and wood can be damaged with multiple burrow holes... Read More »

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How much of a threat are bees in the house to your two-month old daughter if occasionally you find bees in your house and most often they are dead but recently one was flying around?

Answer Me personally I wouldn't let a bee near a young baby, in case he/she is allergic, I just wouldn't risk it at all. And the dead ones who's to say it hasn't already bit someone??

Why do we blink?

Blinking keeps your eyes from drying up, by recovering them with moisture. The moisture, in the form of tears coats the eye which protects it from dust, etc. In conjunction with this, blinking als... Read More »

How to Blink?

The eye, the part of the body that blinksWhile blinking is an activity that most people perform without difficulty. Normal blinking may be disrupted by medical conditions such as Bell's Palsy [1], ... Read More »

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