Cockroach Milk? Experts Call Insect Dairy The Next SuperfoodScientists found that the Pacific Beetle cockroach of Hawaii possesses nutrient-filled milk crystals.
Insects Feast On NYC Trash, Play 'Bug' Role In Garbage DisposalResearchers suspect some of the biggest eaters are ants, who are chowing down on food that might otherwise go to rats and other vermin.
Allergy Shots Could Help Take The Sting Out Of Bee And Wasp AttacksA deadly type of allergic reaction is on the rise and more than a million Americans may be at risk.
State Recruits 'Citizen Scientists' To Collect Bugs From Stream BedsThe New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has recruited citizen scientists to collect bugs and other invertebrates from stream bottoms, as part of a project to assess water quality in the Genesee, Delaware, Hudson, and Mohawk River watersheds.
17-Year Cicadas Set To Arrive By The End Of The MonthNew Yorkers haven’t heard the noisy buzzing of cicadas in springtime in 17 years, but get ready, because they’re coming again.
'Bug Chef' Cooks Up Insect-Based Thanksgiving Dishes In Times SquareIf you’re looking for some extra protein this Thanksgiving in addition to the traditional turkey, man known as the Bug Chef has some ideas for you.
Parks Department, Residents Working Together To Save Trees On Staten IslandTrees lining Richmond Avenue on Staten island have been getting extra attention from residents, but for all of the wrong reasons.
Mild Winter, Steamy Summer Leads To Big Boom In Black Widow PopulationThey are not that common in the Tri-State Area, DuBois reported, but homeowners should still be on the lookout.
Best Options for Keeping Your New York Home Free of BugsTake a stand and protect your home from bugs with these tips.