A regal honey

Royal jelly might be more than just a stimulant for bees to develop into royalty—it may provide clues into how cancer grows or how it dies. While research at Yale by Daryl Klein, MD, PhD, assistant professor of pharmacology, using jelly from China hasn’t yielded anything tangible yet, it can be spread on buttered wheat bread, but we wouldn’t recommend it.


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