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'My Healthy Habits' app helps get rid of excuses

9:02 AM, Jan. 5, 2013
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MUNCIE, Ind - . - - - Registered dietitian Camila Green has heard all the excuses for not exercising before. But what she's heard the most -- the biggest obstacle people say affects their ability to get fit -- is the lack of support from friends and family.

Now, that's going to change, she said, with the Indiana University Health "My Healthy Habits" app for the iPhone and other Apple products.

"We're on our phones so much, texting, especially the younger people, it's a way to get support with you all the time," Green said. "It takes away so many of the excuses because you can see how you're doing, share ...

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