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Employment growth of 22 percent for geoscientists is expected between 2006 and 2016.
Hydrologists study the quantity, distribution, circulation, and physical properties of bodies of water.
If connection holds up, it might lead to cures, researchers say
Finding might yield new insights into eating disorders, experts say
Findings could offer new therapies for neurodegenerative diseases
One estimate projects the U.S. cost to be $1.472 trillion in 2020
There are currently no FDA-approved treatments for these malignancies
Study says metabolic abnormalities better regulated when following this approach.
Study says selenium, particularly for women and those with p53 gene mutation, may help
Mosquito-borne disease kills nearly 1 million people, mostly African children, every year