New Treatment Uses Fecal Bacteria

A strain of bacteria called C. difficile is responsible for over 10,000 deaths each year in the United States alone. These stomach bacteria cause vomiting, cramps, fever, and diarrhea severe enough to... Read more »

Connection of Physical Activity to Heart Health

For people 60 years old or older, exercising four to five times a week is enough to maintain optimal heart health, according to a recent study. The study, conducted by The Journal... Read more »

Eating Healthy While Traveling

When traveling, some people tend to stray away from a diet. They sometimes eat fast food or things that they wouldn’t normally eat at home. A group of nutritionists came up with... Read more »

More Teens Drinking Sports Drinks

The results of a Harvard study that appeared in Mondays Pediatric Journal finds that while teens are drinking less sugary soft drinks they are drinking more sports drinks. Sports drinks often have... Read more »

Researchers Study The Health Effects Of Being A Night Owl

A recent study published in Chronology International suggests that being a night owl can prove detrimental to an individual’s health. The study was co-led by Kristen Knutson, who works at the Northwestern... Read more »

Researchers Find That A Single High-Fat Meal Can Contribute To Heart DIsease

A newly published report in the Laboratory Investigation journal details a study that indicates the effect that a single meal containing a high volume of fat can have on the blood vessels... Read more »

Exercise For Middle-Aged Women Shown To Provide Protection From Dementia In Later Years

A recent study indicates that women who stay physically fit during their middle-aged years are far less likely to develop dementia than those women who choose to forego exercise. In fact, a... Read more »

New Brain Research Suggests Stress Is Contagious

A new study out of Canada reveals new insights into the link between chronic stress conditions and relationships. Specifically, this study looked at how stress could spread from person to person and... Read more »

Increased Fish Consumption Could Reduce Risk Of MS

A new study conducted by the American Academy of Neurology suggests adding a moderate amount of omega-3 rich fish into a patient’s diet could significantly decrease their risk for developing multiple sclerosis... Read more »
Oncotarget has done huge amounts of researching the field of cancer, aging, and cell biology.

Advances in Cancer Research: Oncotarget’s Path to Progress

An immense, multifaceted field, cancer research takes a variety of forms and is performed by countless researchers representing a plethora of scientists in both the medical and social sciences, working in such... Read more »