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You've grown up hearing that you should brush and floss daily to keep your teeth happy and healthy. But when problems like root canals do occur, you'll need a specialized dentist called an endodontist to help you out.

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When a scientist has come up with a new invention, such as a new drug or medical device, one of the first things to do is figure out if someone else has come up with the same invention.

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It's the role of a medical physicist to make sure that cancer treatments are planned properly and to develop improved technologies to better treat patients.

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Getting computers to perform a certain task requires special programs for each function. To do this, computers need to be told what to do in a language that only computers speak and understand...well computers and computer programmers!

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You watch and read stories about science everyday, but how do they get on the news? We talk with Sonya Buyting, a segment producer for Discovery Channel's Daily Planet, to find out what a career that combines journalism and science is all about.

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Whether you need to pick up a prescription after your doctors appointment or just need some advice on your medications, a pharmacist is someone you are bound to turn to.

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We all know that the brain is a “smart” organ. But when the cause of death or type or disease originating from the brain is unknown, you need a special person to help solve the mystery.

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What happens when an athlete gets an injury and needs to get back into top form? That's where the science of sports medicine comes in handy.

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Do you love to draw and love learning about science? People have probably told you that you have to pick one or the other, but it turns out you can do both! From textbooks to TV shows, medical artists bring science to life.

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What sort of work does a Product Manager in Oncology do?

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