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An Associated Press article reports on a new study that found that women who drink just three alcoholic beverages a week face slightly higher chances for developing breast cancer compared with teetotalers, and quotes cancer researcher Jo Freudenheim, chair of social and preventive medicine, who noted that the risks linked with alcohol are much lower than those associated with smoking and lung cancer.


An article in Macleans about a new campaign by the Canadian government to educate young people about Internet privacy, including embarrassing party photos that show up on Facebook, reports that a recent UB-led study found that young women are more likely than their male counterparts to spend more time managing online profiles and to share more photos online.


In a story about sex scandals and political candidates, NPR quotes UB professor emeritus of American Studies, Elayne Rapping.