A natural gas drilling rig just east of downtown Fort Worth, Texas. A new decade-long study finds the region's Barnett Shale formation has sufficient gas reserves to last another 25 years. David Kent/MCT/Landov/Fort Worth Star Telegram hide caption

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Texas Study Points To A Longer Natural Gas Boom

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Energy Start-Up Banks On Compressed Air Over Batteries To Store Energy

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A poll needs to ask about randomly selected children in households across the country to bring context to what's happening with kids like 7-year-old Henry Condes in Los Angeles. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Younger Women Have Rising Rate Of Advanced Breast Cancer, Study Says

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For some kids who grow up in poverty, the bond developed with Mom is especially important in dealing with stress. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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To Spot Kids Who Will Overcome Poverty, Look At Babies

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The Science Of Being 'Top Dog'

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Alcohol: a key babyproofing product for this little mother. Illustration by Daniel M.N. Turner/Photos via istockphoto.com hide caption

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Honey, It's Electric: Bees Sense Charge On Flowers

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Does Having Children Make You Happier?

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Is The Call For Universal Pre-Kindergarten Warranted?

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Nuclear bomb tests like this one, conducted at the Nevada Test Site in 1957, are helping scientists understand how the human body works. Photo courtesy of National Nuclear Security Administration / Nevada Site Office hide caption

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