women's health

By Dave Muoio April 30, 2019
Garmin is the latest to throw its hat into the mobile women’s health ring, as this morning the company announced new menstrual cycle tracking to its app-based online fitness service alongside a slew of new Forerunner fitness smartwatches. Starting today, Garmin Connect users can record their cycle type, symptoms and notes about their personal health. By doing so, the service will begin to predict...

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By Laura Lovett April 2, 2019
This morning London-based femtech company Elvie announced that it raised $42 million in Series B funding. The latest round was led by IPGL with participation from Octopus Ventures and Impact Ventures UK.  WHAT THEY DO The women-led startup has developed two main products in the feminine care space; a pelvic floor trainer and a breast pump.   The first, called Elvie Trainer, was launched in 2014...
By Jonah Comstock March 13, 2019
OOVA, a Mount Sinai Health System spinoff focused on fertility and women’s health, has raised $1 million in a seed round led by Special Situations Life Sciences Innovation Fund, with additional contributions from Company Ventures and angel investors. This is the first funding round for the company, not counting an initial friends and family investment. What they do The company’s first product,...
By Dave Muoio January 28, 2019
Old Saybrook, Connecticut-based Fertility Focus, maker of the OvuSense connected fertility tracking platform, has raised $2.7 million in a Series A round led by Foresight Group and Coutts Investment Club. Further, the company announced a global partnership with Cambridge, UK-based digital sensor company Sensiia, which it said in a statement will lead to the development of “additional sensor...
By Jonah Comstock January 22, 2019
The Pill Club, a company that provides telemedicine and mail-order pharmacy services to help women access birth control, has raised $51 million in Series B funding, bringing its total funding up to $67 million. VMG led the round with participation from GV and ACME Capital (new investors) as well as Base10 and Shasta Ventures (existing investors). What they do Through The Pill Club's online...
By Dave Muoio November 5, 2018
Hims, an online mail-order men’s health company that incorporates remote consultations for prescription products, is looking to double its potential customer base with the launch of a similar product line and service targeting women. “Hers” will offer a range of hair, skin and sexual health products for online order and delivery. Much like its male counterpart, ordering a product that requires a...
By Dave Muoio October 24, 2018
Prima-Temp, a company looking to leverage machine learning in women’s cyclical health, announced earlier this month that it acquired Kindara Inc., maker of a fertility tracking app of the same name as well as the Wink Bluetooth-connected fertility thermometer. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Prima-Temp’s upcoming product, the Priya Personal Fertility Sensor, consists of an app and a vaginal...
By Laura Lovett October 11, 2018
This morning Flo Health, an AI-enabled women's health platform, announced that it closed a $12 million Series A Extension funding round led by Mangrove Capital Partners, with participation from Flint Capital and Haxus. The company plans to use the new money for the startup’s next growth phase, as well as product improvement.  The Redwood City, California-based startup is focused on women’s health...
By Dave Muoio August 28, 2018
Last week Renovia, maker of an FDA-cleared, app-based system for pelvic floor disorder management and therapy, announced the closure of a $32.3 million Series B equity round and an additional $10 million of debt financing. The round was led by Perceptive Advisors and Ascension Ventures, with additional participation from Longwood Fund, Inova Strategic Investments, Cormorant Asset Management, OSF...
By Babyforyou.net.ua August 6, 2018
Google Glass system assists children with autism. A pilot exploratory study recently published in Nature suggests that a novel system running on Google Glass and an Android smartphone can assist with social-affective learning for children with autism. Conducted among 14 families using the tool three times a week for an average of 72 days, the researchers report improved scores among the children...
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