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Special Software for Army

February 08, 2001|Times Wire Services

A Monrovia-based company that makes health-monitoring devices said it will develop specialized software for the U.S. Army. Stayhealthy Inc. already markets a data-collection device that utilizes a pair of electrodes connected to the Internet via a personal computer for monitoring individuals' caloric intake, muscle mass, body fat levels and weight. The Defense Department authorized a $100,000 grant to Stayhealthy to develop a similar Internet-based program for the Army, the company said.

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