Did you know that if adult's blood vessels were laid end to end, they could circle Earth's equator four times? Or that the human heart beats over 3,000,000,000 times in an average lifespan? Did you know that the average human mouth produces about one liter of saliva daily? Or that the human nose can recognize . . .
The process of how food is made provides both an engrossing puzzle, a great opportunity to promote health outcomes, and a big business. Nearly every container in every grocery store comes with a compelling story. From almost completely unprocessed greens from down the street, to highly processed food products that have a shelf life of . . .
IMAGE SOURCE Science and engineering go hand-in-hand. There are many branches of engineering, such as chemical, electrical, aerospace, mechanical, computer, architectural, and the list continues. All of them involve science in different concentrations. Environmental engineering is no exception. Therefore, for those individuals considering this field as a career, prepare for classes in a variety of . . .
IMAGE SOURCE If you have the aptitude for biology, statistics, and computer science, then this major may appeal to you. Those who do not excel in these subjects should not read further. The study of bioinformatics employs coursework loaded with the natural sciences, mathematics, and computer science. In preparation for a degree in the field, . . .
To increase your salary potential and job opportunities, a master's degree in this discipline will help. Your path in this field can begin in high school by taking biology classes. This level may introduce you to bioinformatics. After high school, a bachelor's degree in bioinformatics or computational biology is the next step. Colleges and universities . . .
The following information is an extension of our article titled-What is a Bachelor's Degree in Biostatistics? As mentioned in that piece, a master's degree will provide more job opportunities in this lucrative field. Some employers prefer individuals with a graduate degree. You can seek a career in the burgeoning field of biostatistics in non-profit companies, . . .
IMAGE SOURCE There are sources that state the difference is in how the respective college refers to their degree. This opinion gives the impression the two are synonymous. Other sources state that the Master of Science (MSPH) is an academic degree. Some schools consider the Master of Public Health (MPH) to be a professional degree. . . .
IMAGE SOURCE Public health, as the name implies, is a concern for the health and welfare of people. Those who work in this profession strive to prevent, improve, and promote a healthy lifestyle. Public health workers encourage activities and programs with the purpose of maintaining healthy individuals within a community. Diet and exercise are two . . .
IMAGE SOURCE There are science courses in the captioned degree. The number varies according to the school's curriculum. Students considering this major should be prepared to study chemistry, biology, microbiology, physics, anatomy, and physiology. A foundation in some of these sciences begins in high school. At this level, you want to take as many science . . .