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PART OF UB CARES: YOUR LINK TO COMMUNITY SERVICE EVENTS
1/18/16

How the news media and public officials communicated risk to Americans during the 2014 Ebola outbreak may have influenced the willingness to help.

1/6/16

Even people who kept their jobs during the Great Recession of 2007-09 changed their drinking habits, a new study shows.

12/31/15

New research sheds light on an enduring mystery: the role of organic compounds called "sphingolipids" in cancer—in particular, the way in which cancer cells die.

12/22/15

A new study questions the popular idea that Vikings were able to colonize Greenland because of a period of unusually warm weather.

12/21/15

Women who have gum disease—especially those who smoke —may be at greater risk for breast cancer, a new study of 73,000 postmenopausal women suggests.

12/9/15

The "selective exposure" caused by technologies like Facebook may limit our views more than choosing the company we keep or which newspaper to read. 

12/8/15

Parkinson's disease researchers have developed a way to ramp up the conversion of skin cells into dopamine neurons. 

12/8/15

More than 50% of adults who take opioids for pain misuse their medication. Non-judgemental "motivational interviewing" may help reduce the abuse.

12/2/15

When the snow starts to fall, hashtags like #snow and #weather start to pop up on Twitter. Could tracking tweets make winter driving a little safer?

11/12/15

Researchers are using cell data to pinpoint extreme poverty in Senegal. The resulting maps could help get resources like disaster relief to those in need.