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Lafayette students talk diabetes diagnosis, walk for a cure

Lafayette students talk diabetes diagnosis, walk for a cure

LAFAYETTE — Emily Toepfer gives herself a needle filled with insulin six times a day, but it doesn’t bother her. “I get asked a lot if shots hurt, and personally, they don’t because I have had to do it for such a long time,” she said. Emily, a seventh grader at Lafayette Township School, was…

Traces of grime on your phone reveal your life story: study

Traces of grime on your phone reveal your life story: study

Traces of skin, oil and grime left on your phone can reveal a lot about your lifestyle, and may some day serve as a “fingerprint” in criminal investigations, researchers said Monday. The study involved 39 volunteers who allowed scientists to swab their smart phones — and right hands — in several places. Researchers found a…