Washington, DC - Our eyes constantly send bits of information about the world around us to our brains where the information is assembled into objects we recognize. Along the way, a series of neurons in the eye uses electrical and chemical signals to relay the information. In a study of mice, National Institutes of Health scientists showed how one type of neuron may do this to distinguish moving objects. The study suggests that the NMDA receptor, a protein normally associated with learning and memory, may help neurons in the eye and the brain relay that information.

Scottsdale, Arizona - If you've been diagnosed with cancer, you may be searching for information on treatment guidelines for your specific cancer type and stage.

Imperial,  Arizona - Fall back, spring forward. We’ve all heard the saying, and it helps people remember which way to set their clocks for the start and end of Daylight Saving Time. Although it’d be nice to gain an hour of sleep twice a year, that’s not the case. Starting Sunday, March 13 at 2 a.m., we’ll all lose an hour. Altering your sleep schedule, or having poor sleep habits to begin with, can have a greater effect on your health than you may think.

Washington, DC - As agreed in the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015, signed by President Barack Obama February 24, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced that March 10, it raised the value of a shipment of merchandise imported by one person on one day that generally may be imported free of duties and taxes from $200 to $800.

Rochester, Minnesota - Eight Lessons on "Compassion in Health Care" From the Dalai Lama:

San Juan, Puerto Rico - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents arrested a man March 4 in Rio Grande for the creation of an animal crush video and its distribution in interstate commerce and for sponsoring and exhibiting of an animal in an animal fighting venture.