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Honey as a tool for tissue engineering

Honey as a tool for tissue engineering

Honey has a long and fascinating history. In fact, since Biblical times and before, honey has been utilized by humankind for its beneficial health effects. The ancient Egyptians, Assyrians, Chinese, Greeks and Romans utilized honey in the

Authentication of Egyptian blossom honeys

Floral discrimination of clover and citrus honeys from Egypt against ‘’unknown’’ honeys from Greece based on 11 easily assessable physicochemical parameters and discriminant analysis

Twenty-two blossom honey samples (clover and citrus honeys) were collected from the greater Cairo area during harvesting year 2014-2015. The main purpose of the present study was to characterize the aforementioned honey types and to investigate whether

Effects of natural remedies on wound healing

Chronic wounds are a frequent finding in clinical practice and one of the problems with high impact on social health, affecting mainly the elderly people with chronic diseases (diabetes, nutritional abnormalities, cardiovascular diseases, chronic motor deficit and

Neonicotinoid insecticides in the honey bee and bee products from hives in central Saskatchewan

There have been a lot of news reports regarding the neonicotinoid insecticides, (NIs) their use and the effects that these may have on the European Honey Bee, (Apis Melifera). The prairies of Canada is one of the