breast pump

  • Health tech founders call for high ethical bar for use of women’s intimate data

    Health tech founders call for high ethical bar for use of women’s intimate data

    Entrepreneurs building tech products for women spoke at TechCrunch Disrupt SF today, and called on their peers in the industry to set a high ethical bar when it comes to using or sharing women’s intimate data. Janica Alvarez’s startup Naya Health makes a smart breast pump and bottle to help nursing mothers know exactly how much milk they’re producing and how much their babies… Read More

  • Naya Health raises $3.9 million to build a better breast pump

    Naya Health raises $3.9 million to build a better breast pump

    Redwood City-based Naya Health has raised $3.9 million in seed funding to make a breast pump that is sleeker, quieter and more comfortable for moms than the devices already on the market. Investors co-leading the round were Tandem Capital and Bojiang Capital, who were joined by S-Cubed Capital, Astia Angels, Stanford’s StartX and individual angels. According to married co-founders… Read More