March 18, 2020
New York-based Vault Health, a men's health service combining at-home and telehealth visits, launched last week on the back of a $30 million funding round. Tiger Global Management headed the raise, which also saw investments from Redesign Health and Declaration Capital.
So far the practice is active in New York, Florida, Tennessee and Texas. However, the startup has since posted a notification on...
November 20, 2019
This morning virtual medicine company MeMD announced that it added men’s and women’s health services to its suite of products.
The company's tool now provides services that cater to specific sexual health needs for both genders including erectile dysfunction concerns for men and birth control needs for women. The service will also address skin concerns and hair loss.
Patients first take a...
November 14, 2019
Hims & Hers, an online mail-order health company that uses remote consultations to prescribe cosmetic and sexual health products, has rolled out a new app for users.
The app will offer almost identical services and links as the original platform, and will give users access to asynchronous healthcare visits and prescription products such as birth control and erectile dysfunction medication...
November 2, 2017
Roman, an online men's health platform initially focused on erectile dysfunction, launched this week with $3.1 million in funding. General Catalyst led the round, with participation from Initialized Capital, Box Group, and Slow Ventures. The company also announced a number of angel investors including Casper CEO Philip Krim, Bark CEO Matt Meeker, WayUp CEO Liz Wessel, Code Academy CEO Zach Sims,...
June 9, 2015
Boston-based digital health startup Gain Life has launched its first offering, ManUp Health, which is an online weight loss program designed for men.
ManUp Health was founded by three former Procter & Gamble employees who found that there weren't weight loss services designed specifically for men. A Fortune article this past January noted that about 90 percent of Weight Watchers members are...
April 23, 2015
Glow has announced that its fertility tracking app will now help men track and troubleshoot their fertility as well. Previously, women could add a partner account to their app for a man, but this account just helped the man support the woman who was tracking her fertility.
In the new update, a man can log his daily activities and enter lifestyle information into the app. Glow will then use this...