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“We want to make information, help and care accessible and affordable for all, we believe that in an age of knowledge, it is unacceptable to know so little about ourselves. Reproductive problems are not prioritized, and female health has not been either, which has led to a global drop in fertility rates. We want to stop this drop.” Dr. Helen O’Neill, Hertility Founder & CEO. Image: Hertility


UK-based startup Hertility launches tailored at-home testing to address the COVID-related fertility crisis; Garmin unveils Lily, a new smartwatch and tracker designed for women; Merck announces the second cohort of Safer Childbirth Cities Organizations Committed to Improving Maternal Health Equity in the U.S.; Yesmom launches its at-home blood testing kits for female fertility in Thailand; HLTH Foundation and Break into the Boardroom (BiB) partner on Diversity Initiative focused on driving gender parity on boards of healthcare companies; Doula Platform Major Care launches a new postpartum app for parents; GLISSANT, a startup led by pelvic surgeon Karyn Eibler, launches a new line of modern, natural lubricants; Springboard is now accepting applications for its Health Innovation Hub: Life Science accelerator program; Poland enforces a controversial near-total abortion ban; DTC health startup Ro is in talks to go public through a blank check merger; Folx Health raises another $25M for its virtual clinic offerings and care for the LGBTQIA+ community; One week after announcing their investment in Preemadonna, Halogen Ventures announces the closing of a new $21M fund to invest in the next generation of billion dollar businesses run by women

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