Why did the bee go to the doctor?
Because he had hives!
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Honeybees don't hibernate but remain in their hive when it is too cold to fly. Workers that are alive in the fall stay alive throughout the winter. They surround their queen forming a "bee ball" made up of constantly moving bees. This movement creates warmth that keeps the hive from freezing. For an…other example, the bald faced hornet queen will go underground and hibernate, usually under a log, while all her workers die off after the first hard frost. Wasps for the most part die during the winter. Enough of them will hide somewhere and survive to breed next spring to keep the species going. Some hide underground, in trees, and in homes. ( Full Answer )
It depends on what type. Im only 13 but the type of doctor i want to be is a psychiatrist that takes 16 years (counting your high school diploma) For others it may be less. . Answer . I would say 5 to 8 years.
Answer . since doctors clinic is far away........so he had to...go . Answer . Because he couldn't stop dribbling. . Answer . Because, on the basketball court, he could never get a good shot.. He had a severe accident and cracked his knee open.
There are many schools that doctors can go to and receive a goodeducation. Doctors can get an Ivy League education at Harvard.
It is said that bees are dying thanks to the use of pesticides andother environmental factors. It is not known if they willdefinitely become extinct however.
THis question can not be answered without knowing the state. Every state has different w/c laws, some allow you to see your own doctor, some require you to see a doctor chosen by the employer, some allow you to see your doctor for a time, then switch to one required by your employer.
A pediatrician is a medical doctor and must graduate from college and from medical school, serve a residency, and be certified.
Normally you start the workup with your primary care provider, and consult a neurologist as needed after that.
probably, bees are suffering from ccd or "colony collapse disease".. when a bee gets infected, it leaves the nest and soon dies
because they need the nectar to make their honey...people say that they make the honey and we make the money.so that they can be rich.
no not technically the bee queen has the bee just like it is butit doesn't under grow actual change it is like humans we just getbigger . This is a nonsense answer. Bees go through total metamorphosis -egg, larva, pupa.
No. If a bee's body temperature drops below about 10 degrees Celsius it will die.
No, but some colonies in some areas are under threat from a parasite. people are taking all there huney just dont take there huney they will come back for you
I recall reading that either one or two of them went to Tynwald Street Junior school ( Now know as Fairfield school ) in Douglas. The only reason I remember this is that I too went to Tynwald Street Junior school for some time ( But after the Bee Gees had been there!)
Many factors include but are not limited to: temperature change (global warming), airborne chemicals (pollution), parasites that infiltrate colonies, and radio waves e.g. cell towers that may interrupt the natural ways in which bees navigate. These are only possible factors, the real fear is that no…body actually knows why they are dying out so fast. ( Full Answer )
Presuming you mean David Tennant, there isn't a set date. But in the 2009 specials of Doctor Who, David Tennant will appear in all of them so therefore the last shall be his regeneration. It is assumed that December is the most likely time. Possibly Christmas Day. Possibly New Year's Day. Or maybe e…ven in January. So winter is the only definite answer I can give. ( Full Answer )
\nYes, I am one and I use it all the time. When calculating doses of medications, doctors need math. There are many other examples, but the answer is a strong YES!
Carpenter bees return to their hives at night. They build chambersin their hives, so that there is room for many of them to settlein.
You should go right away if possible ! If not put a bag of ice on it !
The birds and the bees is not a story it is an approlite way of explaining to a child about how babies come into the world. Without grossing them out.
They go to honey heaven! Sick bee's work 'til they fall out of the sky, or can no longer fly due to tattered and worn wings. If they make it back to the hive, they are booted (dragged) out by healthy bees, and die.
Wasps, bumble bees and feral bees will often build their nests underground, sometimes utilising small holes that have been abandoned by small rodents
Yes, you can! There is a hospital on the Sims 3. Your sim can only go there to "become a partner", when having a baby, or when the Sim's spouse is having a baby.
IT depends on if this Jesse nunez guy commits himself to be a doctor............ if not then he will be a failure and won't acheive his dream..... so Jesse nunez if i were you i would go to college and be a on task student
in any small whole.....underground, in tree truncks, bee hives, and even in ur house but sometimes for instance a bee chased me in that rain when I was goin to my car so no always do bees go hide lol good luck everyone
Hopefully (it rules), but the people that work on Doctor Who could go bankrupt and not be able to pay for the programme. It mainly depends on audience interest and ratings.
If they can't diagnose themselves they will see another doctor or go to hospital. More: There is an old saying that, "If a doctor treats himself, he has a fool for a patient." Most doctors will treat themselves for minor aches, pains, colds and flu, but beyond that, they know they need an ob…jective opinion for the best diagnostic and treatment choices. They can't do that for themselves or their families without being subjective, so many doctors have a partner or physician friend who will treat them and their families unless the care is emergent or urgent, then they will usually get treatment like anyone else would at an emergency room. ( Full Answer )
Bees tend to burrow 2 to 3 inches into the ground when they aretrying to build a hive. Depending on the size of the hive willdetermine just how far down the bees' hive will be located in theground.
well my answer is maybey not or i don't know becaus really i haven't gotten stinged and then go swimming so id say no
Check around the area and see if there are anything that blooms or might have pollen near by. This is the reason they are around and they are using water as a source to drink.
no. its just a nosebleed nothing to worry about If the bleeding continues, yes, you should see a doctor or visit the emergency room. Even if it stop, it would be good to mention it at the next doctor's visit. It could be an indication of other issues, such as high blood pressure.
For a pregnancy test in about a day after you had sex to see if your pregnant.
Bees are initially laid as eggs--one per hexagonal cell of honeycomb. Within three days, they hatch and become larvae. Later, mature bees place a wax cap over the top of each cell and the larvae become pupae, also called capped brood. So, in short, bees do undergo metamorphosis.
There is no law (in the US) compelling pregnant women to seek appropriate medical care. However, there have been some stories of criminal charges being filed when the fetus is stillborn or sick due to the mother neglecting to seek appropriate medical care, or due to her use of alcohol/drugs while …pregnant. Additionally, children who are born with illness/defects as a result of the mother's negligence are often taken by the state at birth or shortly thereafter. In any event, this is not a legal issue, so much as a moral issue. A woman who does not bother to seek appropriate medical care upon discovering that she is pregnant, for whatever reason, MAY not turn out to be a fit parent. ( Full Answer )
Possibly around April, there will then be a short break and the second half of series six will start in the Autumn.
Yes. A new actor will be introduced as the new Doctor after MattSmith leaves in the 2013 Christmas special. A Time Lord is, according to the show, able to regenerate thirteentimes. We're currently on the eleventh regeneration (played by MattSmith), so, yes, eventually we will have at least two more… Doctors. There is some debate about whether or not they will continue theshow after the thirteenth Doctor's death; there's a possibilitythat the writers will go against the history of the show and find away for him to regenerate again, or maybe they'll just pass on theDoctor's legacy to a son we don't know about or a worthy companion. It should be noted that in the series itself it has been stronglyindicated since at least 1983 that 13 is not a hard and fast rule.In The Five Doctors and the 2007 episode The Sound of Drums it wasindicated that the High Council of Time Lords had the ability toreset the regeneration cycle, as this was offered (and later given)to the Master. The Master also used various methods to gain morelives after his original 13. More recently, Russell T Davies,Steven Moffat and David Tennant have all downplayed thesignificance of the 13, and it is assumed it will simply be ignoredwhen the time comes; for those who feel canon must be adhered to,the above reference to the High Council controlling regenerationsprovides the out: they no longer exist, therefore the 13-life capno longer exists. In the Sarah Jane Adventures story "Death of theDoctor", the Doctor says he can regenerate 507 times. This wasintended as a joke, according to Davies, but could end up beingmore the case down the line. One thing for sure - if Doctor Whoremains as popular as it is now in 5-10 years when the actor oractress playing the 13th Doctor decides to leave the series, thereis no way the series will end. They'll either ignore the limitcompletely, or "hand wave" it away. The introduction of apreviously unknown incarnation of the Doctor in "The Name of theDoctor" - which could render the Doctor who follows Matt Smith atthe end of the 2013 Christmas special as the 13th Doctor - has alsoincreased the likelihood that a workaround will be used to avoidthe limit. As of 2013, Doctor Who remains BBC Worldwide's topmoneymaking series; they will not end it anytime soon. ( Full Answer )
yes Refining and showing off your spelling talents is great. Getting to the state and national level is excellent. Considering the state we're in, concerning spelling, we need all the excelling spellers we can get!
Here are some Words and Phrases that go with bee theme: . Buzz / Buzzing . Pollen / Pollinate . Flowers . Honey . Hive . Busy as bees . Sting / Stinger
The most immediate answer is that you can't get a medical license without going to medical school. Medical school is considered one of the requirements to protect the public when they are seeking medical care.
Although there is no official answer to this question it may have something to do with entropy. Meaning that as they age the lives are less lively so to speak. Therefore a shorter life means they are seen as younger. A complex hyper-dimensional being only appears to us to flash into being as the pre…vious doctor dies. Of course having said all that I think it may have more to do with public opinion and popular taste in actors leaning towards youth. It is easier to work with a younger less well known actor especially when the part has a life of it's own. Any actor that plays the doctor will always be known as the doctor. Tainting their career may not be the best move for an older established actor. Younger actors hungry for work may be more willing to take the chance of being stereotyped. ( Full Answer )
You need to go to the doctor for an injury if you think something is broken. You do not want to try to heal your broken wounds by yourself because they could grow back wrong.
Tell your parent that you have to do something else like take your school final.
Yes. A honey bee starts as an egg, turns into a pupa, then a larva and then hatches as a fully formed bee. The whole process takes 21 days.
Honey bees will stay in the hives when it is too cold to fly out, and will cluster together on the combs to conserve body heat -- rather like penguins in the antarctic. For bumble bees and wasps: at the end of summer the colonies would have produced new queens and drones. The new queens will mate… then fly off to find somewhere sheltered to spend the winter in hibernation. The rest of the colony die. Next spring the queens come out of hibernation and start new nests. ( Full Answer )
Bees don't fly when it is too dark or cold or if it's raining. They then rest in their nest, they don't really go to bed.
The 11th Doctor is played by Matt Smith, the youngest ever actor to take on the role. He has been in the job since 2009. See related link. He has announced that he intends to leave the show later on in 2013, after the 50th Anniversary celebrations and special episodes. As to who his successor wil…l be, nobody knows yet. Several actors have portrayed the Doctor, that are not officially counted. See Related Links: uncounted Doctor Who actors. See below for 12th Doctor rumors. ( Full Answer )
In the winter, they have to do it in the hive because it is toocold to go outside. They then clean everything up when the weathergets warmer. In the summer they do it outside.
No. It's the only home they have, so they'll keep trying to get in until they drop dead.
Beekeepers sometimes catch swarms of bees, sometimes breed their own bees and sometimes buy them from a breeder.
There isn't enough room for a bathroom in the bee colony so they have to go outside.