Motherhood

Launched: Mae, a Maternal Health Tech Platform for Black Expectant Mothers

Last week Mae, a maternal health tech startup focused on providing critical resources to Black expectant mothers in the U.S. announced their soft-launch. ´The platform features a free birth planning tool that anyone can access, and free 15 minute consults with doulas for interested expectant mothers. The platform’s founder Maya Hardigan explains: “Mae is a digital health platform that elevates the standard of care for Black…

The New York Academy of Medicine Launches New Initiative Focused on Maternal and Child Health

Building on its 173-year history of advancing medicine, science and public health, The New York Academy of Medicine (NYAM) has announced its convening of NYC and national experts to advance research and policy change for maternal and child health equity. NYAM recently launched a 13-member Women’s Health Research & Well-being Workgroup, and on January 12, 2021 will host a virtual Maternal and Child…

Sera Prognostics Partners With Anthem and HealthCore to Improve Outcomes for Preterm Babies

Sera Prognostics, a company focused on improving maternal and neonatal health through innovative precision biomarker approaches, together with leading health benefits company Anthem and its HealthCore subsidiary, an evidence generation company, have launched and started to enroll patients in a study to determine whether a test, along with clinical interventions, can lead to improved health for newborns and mothers. The primary objective…

Willow Reveals Third Generation Breast Pump at CES

Earlier today Willow, the femtech company that changed the way women pump with the first quiet, all-in-one, in-bra wearable breast pump, announced Willow Generation 3, the most advanced model yet, will be available this spring.  The next iteration of Willow’s life-changing breast pump features groundbreaking technology that reinforces their commitment to create the smartest and most productive pumping experience for moms. In testing,…