• HabitAware Bracelet Can Help Break Your Bad Habits

    6 days ago - By CBS

    MINNEAPOLIS - This week, a Twin Cities couple won first place in the nation's largest competition for entrepreneurs.
    The Minnesota Cup's grand prize of $50,000 went to HabitAware. The company makes a tracker that's worn on the wrist. WCCO's Angela Davis shows us how the device helps break habits.
    It's called Keen, a smart bracelet with a secret skill. It's for people who need help managing impulse control issues like hair pulling, skin picking, nail biting and thumb sucking.
    “I have hair pulling disorder which is basically a coping mechanism for stress or anxiety. That's how it manifests...
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