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Bees buzzing on sugar can experience emotions like happiness and optimism, scientists say

Everyone knows sugar makes us feel good. Studies have shown that sweet foods can improve adult humans’ moods and reduce crying and grimacing in babies when they are poked in the foot by researchers. But does it work on insects? Researchers at Queen Mary University of London wanted to see whether they...
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