When It Comes to GMO Labeling, Maybe the ‘Right to Know’ Isn’t Enough
In Argentina, where farmers have widely adopted GMO corn and soy, chemical use has spiked too—as have cancer rates.

Crazy Science: Biohackers develop night vision eyedrops
A group of biohackers based out of California recently developed eye drops which, when inserted into the human eye, provide users with some semblance of night vision. According to researchers over at Science for the Masses, a human test subject injected with the eye drop solution was not only able to make out shapes and sizes from 10 meters away, but was also able to locate individuals outside in the dark from a distance of 50 meters. DON’T MISS: Samsung Galaxy S6 review The main ingredient in said eye drop solution is called Chlorin e6, a substance which comes from sea creatures and is sometimes used as a cancer fighting agent. The test subject, naturally, was the team’s biochem researcher, a

UN court orders alleged Serb war criminal Seselj back to cell

Serbian nationalist politician Vojislav Seselj speaks to journalists in front of the Serbian parliament building in Belgrade on January 23, 2015The UN Yugoslav war crimes tribunal on Monday revoked the provisional release of ailing Serb ultra-nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj after he vowed not to return to the court. The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) "orders the trial chamber to immediately revoke Seselj's provisional release and order his return to the United Nations Detention Unit," in The Hague, court documents said. The tribunal in November allowed Seselj to return home to Serbia for cancer treatment pending an ICTY verdict after a marathon trial for alleged war crimes during the Balkan wars. Serbia now has the uncomfortable obligation of arresting the publicity-seeking Seselj and handing him over to the ICTY.

Angelina Jolie Pitt's Surgery: What Are the Risks of Early Menopause?
Angelina Jolie Pitt's surgery to remove her ovaries has the side effect of putting her into early menopause, a condition which itself comes with some health risks, experts say. On Tuesday, Jolie Pitt revealed that she had surgery to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes to prevent ovarian cancer. The actress said she carries a genetic mutation in the BRCA1 gene, which significantly increases her risk of breast and ovarian cancer, and she has previously undergone a double mastectomy to prevent breast cancer. Removing the ovaries reduces her risk of ovarian cancer by 85 to 90 percent, but it will also put her into menopause immediately, at age 39, around a decade before the average woman enters menopause naturally.

Mori to stay as head of Tokyo committee despite cancer
TOKYO (AP) — The head of Tokyo's organizing committee for the 2020 Olympics says he intends to continue working following an operation to treat lung cancer.

What to Watch Tonight: The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber, Michael Ealy's Following Debut, and Better Call Saul

What to Watch Tonight: The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber, Michael Ealy's Following Debut, and Better Call SaulWhat to watch on Monday, March 30... 8pm, CBS 2 Broke Girls In "And the Zero Tolerance," restaurateur Sandra Bernhard hires Max and Caroline as a pastry chef and a hostess at her tony establishment. Why, you can practically hear the patrons' monocles popping out already. 8:30pm, CBS Mike & Molly Molly's publisher throws a gala for her and Peggy in "Cocktails and Calamine." But Mike is less than pleased to discover that his wife does not consider him "gala" material. SEASON 12 FINALE, 9pm, TBS American Dad! Stan seeks therapy after witnessing a fatal car crash in "The Shrink." In lighter pursuits, Roger and Klaus get their oenophilia on ahead of a wine tasting. SERIES PREMIERE, 9pm, PBS Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies A three-part chronicle of cancer and of humanity's efforts to find a cure, based on Siddhartha Mukherjee's Pulitzer Prize-winning book. "Magic Bullets" begins the series with the advent of modern chemotherapy in the late 1940s. Parts 2 and 3 air Tuesday and Wednesday night, respectively, at 9pm. SERIES PREMIERE, 9pm & 9:30pm, National Geographic The Big Picture With Kal Penn Kal Penn hosts this new series, which uses data analysis and mapping to examine various topics. "Crime, Inc." begins the exploration with a look at how criminal organizations operate their businesses. Then "Treasure Hunt" follows modern-day seekers of hidden riches, such as gold deposits in Nevada, collectible baseball cards in Ohio, and the vital Longshot in the Water Temple. 9pm, A&E Bates Motel Norman and Emma take a day off from the motel in "Unbreak-Able," which is bound to lead to all sorts of typical hookey hijinks like drinking ice cream shakes too fast and stabbing people. Elsewhere, Norma goes back to school, Romero probes a pair of mysterious deaths, and Caleb and Dylan's skeletons poke out of their closets. 9pm, Fox The Following In "Reunion," Ryan and Mike follow a lead to a small town, where they stumble upon someone even deadlier than the person they were tracking in the first place—could it be Almost Human alum Michael Ealy, who makes his Following debut this week? Ordinarily, fighting crime by accident wouldn't breed much confidence, but in the case of these guys, it seems like at least a step in the right direction. 9pm, CBS Scorpion In "Crossroads, the team must take a key witness on the run to safeguard her from a drug cartel. This sounds like the perfect opportunity to take the shiny new Scorpionmobile out for a spin! Or it would be, if the shiny new Scorpionmobile weren't, at the moment, a used soap-box racer covered in some homemade decals. 10pm, Comedy Central The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber The precocious pop star will be barraged with loving (?) barbs fired by Hannibal Buress, Shaquille O'Neal, Martha Stewart, and more. Kevin Hart hosts. 10pm, ABC Castle When a flamboyant personal injury lawyer is slain in "Habeas Corpse," the lengthy suspect list includes clients, competitors, and anyone who's ever watched local TV during the day and seen his aggravating ads. 10pm, NBC The Night Shift TC is concerned when his sister-in-law arrives in the ER with suspicious injuries. Meanwhile in "Need to Know," Ragosa's daughter pays a visit to the hospital, Drew sinks deeper into depression, and the team treats a boy who has fallen down a well, possibly after being alerted to his plight by a plucky border collie. 10pm, CBS NCIS: Los Angeles After a missile test is hijacked in "Blaze of Glory," the team enlists a young computer expert to help track the culprit. But the quick bond between Eric and the newbie awakens the green-eyed monster in Nell. 10pm, A&E The Returned In "Victor," Julie suspects the titular lad may have played a role in a grisly death. Elsewhere, Lena's scar lands her in the hospital, while Rowan and Simon bond. 10pm, AMC Better Call Saul Chuck tries to help Jimmy come to grips with a hard truth: Sadly, things don't like good for Firefly getting a second season. Meanwhile in "Pimento," Mike's competence is questioned and a deal may be derailed as a result. LATE-NITE: – Will Forte, Justin William, and Mac DeMarco on Conan, 11pm, TBS – Helen Mirren, Oscar Isaac, and Wale on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, 11:35pm, NBC – Neil Patrick Harris, Charlie Cox, and The Suffers on Late Show with David Letterman, 11:35pm, CBS – Vin Diesel and Van Halen on Jimmy Kimmel Live, 11:35pm, ABC – Nathan Lane, Kristen Schaal, and Børns on Late Night with Seth Meyers, 12:35am, NBC – David Beckham, Claire Danes, and Bob Odenkirk on The Late Late Show with James Corden, 12:37am, CBS WHAT ARE YOU WATCHING TONIGHT?

Institute honoring the late Sen. Kennedy to open in Boston

In this Monday, March 23, 2015 photo, a passer-by walks near the engraved name of the late U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy near the main entrance to the Edward M. Kennedy Institute, in Boston. The $79 million institute is scheduled to be dedicated on Monday, March 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)BOSTON (AP) — Before his death from brain cancer in 2009, close family members said U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy insisted a building that would one day bear his name be less about his own legacy and more about the institution he loved and toiled in for more than half his life.

Immunotherapy: The new weapon in the fight against cancer
Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric sat down with Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee and filmmaker Ken Burns to discuss the new documentary “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies.” The six-hour, three-part film series, airing on PBS on March 30 and 31 and April 1, unravels the mystery of cancer through the patients who battle the disease and the researchers and scientists who have dedicated their lives to treating it.

Kids' Choice Awards 2015: Emotional Angelina Jolie Tells Children "Different Is Good"
The actress underwent surgery earlier this month to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed after doctors detected early signs of possible cancer.

Chicago's retired Cardinal George readmitted to hospital
CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago's retired Cardinal Francis George has been readmitted to the hospital several months after he stopped treatment for kidney cancer.

Ken Burns unravels the mysteries of cancer in PBS film

FILE - In this Tuesday, March 24, 2015, file photo, executive producer Ken Burns attends a preview screening of "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies," at the Time Warner Center, in New York. The three-part series will premiere on PBS, on Monday, March 30. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — There's a mystery to cancer, in large part because of fear, that PBS tries to unravel in next week's six-hour documentary "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies."

Hollywood golden age actress Sally Forrest dies at 86
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sally Forrest, an actress-dancer who graced the silver screen throughout the '40s and '50s in MGM musicals and films such as the 1956 noir "While the City Sleeps," died on March 15 at her home in Beverly Hills, California. She was 86 and had long battled cancer.

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