pregnancy tracking

By Aditi Pai 08:08 am November 5, 2015
Yale School of Medicine has launched a second ResearchKit study, and the new one aims to decrease the chance of pregnancy loss resulting from an undersized placenta. According to Yale, fetal death affects 30,000 women in the US annually. The study is following up on earlier research done by lead research and director of the reproductive and placental research unit Dr. Harvey J. Kliman, which ...
By Aditi Pai 08:03 am April 28, 2015
Boston-based Ovuline, which offers two women's health apps, has released a number of statistics about the 1 million women that use their Ovia Pregancy app. The app helps women who have conceived to track their pregnancy with a baby calendar, health alerts, and curated pregnancy articles. The average age of women using the app is 26.8 years old. These women have reported feeling happy twice as...
By Aditi Pai 07:18 am 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...
By Aditi Pai 06:00 am July 17, 2014
Fertility tracking app maker Glow announced a new app today for pregnant women, called Glow Nurture. The app is only available on iOS, but CEO Mike Huang told MobiHealthNews an Android launch will soon follow. "Just as people lack info or data about their own fertile health, we very much see this similar trend in pregnancy," Huang said. "The goal for Glow Nurture is: How do we equip the pregnant...