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After Minnesota Cup win, tech startup HabitAware works on fundraising round

November 18, 2018

StarTribune HabitAware
For most people, biting their nails is just a bad habit, but for many with mental health issues, it’s a symptom of something much more serious. Moreover, if this helps people who pull hair, a condition known as trichotillomania, it also could help folks who pick their skin or binge eat to satisfy anxieties.  The HabitAware founders are in the process of raising up to $2 million in their inaugural formal round of capital raising.



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Not sure which size is right for you?

It's important that Keen has a snug fit on your wrist. Here's a quick guide to help you decide which bracelet size to order:


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