More than half of U.S. teenagers in a recent study mentioned risky behaviors such as sex and drug use on their MySpace pages, according to researchers. But the study also suggests that simply reaching out to teens via eMail can help them learn safe and responsible internet use.


Many teenagers cleaned up their MySpace profiles, deleting mentions of sex and booze and boosting privacy settings, if they got a single cautionary eMail message from a "busybody" named "Dr. Meg," the study says.


The message was sent by Dr. Megan Moreno, lead researcher of a study of lower-income kids that she says shows...

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