FemTech Focus Podcast

With Dr. Brittany Barreto

The FemTech Focus Podcast with Dr. Brittany Barreto is a meaningfully provocative conversational series that brings femtech experts – including doctors, scientists, inventors, and founders – on air to talk about the innovative technology, services, and products (collectively known as femtech) that are improving women’s health and wellness. The podcast gives our host, Dr. Brittany Barreto, and guests an engaging, friendly environment to learn about the past, present, and future of women’s health and wellness.

Nov 28, 2022

How pregnancy affects the brain - Ep 189

Dr Mary O’Neal is an expert in Women’s Neurology, serving as the Director of the Women’s Neurology Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She’s written multiple papers on this subject and edited several books including the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) Continuum edition of “Neurological Illness in Pregnancy”, “Women’s Neurology- what do I do now?”, and “Neurology and Psychiatry of Women: A Guide to Gender-based Issues in Evaluation, Diagnosis, and Treatment”. She also directs a Harvard Medical School Women’s Neurology and Psychiatry course. In this interview, we discuss the difference between male and female brains, how contraception could affect what therapeutics patients take for disorders like epilepsy, and how pregnancy affects the brain. Enjoy the episode!

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Nov 21, 2022

Caring for your breast health with Complex Creatures - Ep 188

Tara Elmore is the Co-Founder of Complex Creatures, a breast wellness brand that makes topical and ingestible products to support breasts. Women mostly pay attention to their breasts when there's a problem. Complex Creatures want to make breast care a regular practice, in the same way women take care of other body parts. In this interview, we discuss Tara’s experience being diagnosed and treated for breast cancer and how it inspired their product lines. This holiday season, treat the ones you love with breasts to Complex Creatures products. Go to www.wearecomplexcreatures.com and enter promocode FEMTECH for 25% off your order.

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Nov 14, 2022

Ida Sports designs the first female athletic cleat - Ep 187

Laura Youngson is the CEO and Co-founder of Ida Sports. Laura is a STEM advocate, TED speaker, and four-time Guinness World Record Holder. After completing a degree in physics, she worked at the 2012 Olympics and was immediately drawn to the power sport had in bringing people together. She founded the nonprofit Equal Playing Field which challenges inequalities in sports. During one of her Guinea World Records where 30 female athletes played 90 minutes of soccer at the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, she realized that cleats were not designed for female feet. This was the start of Ida Sports which makes cleats specifically for the female foot. In this interview, we discuss the difference between male and female feet and the consequences female athletes face by wearing male-designed cleats. Go to www.idasports.com and use promocode FEMTECH15 for 15% off your order!

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Nov 07, 2022

Sprout Pharmaceutical's $1 Billion little pink pill - Ep 186

Cindy Eckert is a highly regarded entrepreneur, a strong advocate for female entrepreneurship, a pharmaceutical leader and one of the few women to have ever sold a company for a billion dollars. Over a distinguished 24-year career in healthcare, she started and sold two businesses for more than $1.5 billion. Having co-founded and sold Slate Pharmaceuticals, which redefined long lasting testosterone treatment for men, she launched Sprout Pharmaceuticals immediately thereafter. As Co-Founder & CEO of Sprout, the company broke through with the first ever FDA-approved drug for low sexual desire in women named Addyi — dubbed “female Viagra” by the media. In 2015, Cindy sold the company to Valeant Pharmaceuticals for $1b cash. Shortly after the sale, Valeant became the subject of media scrutiny for the rampant price inflation of their drugs and an SEC investigation related to accounting practices. Not one to sit idly by, Cindy negotiated to reacquire Addyi at no cost, in order to properly launch it into marketplace on her own terms. Today, Cindy is focused on mentoring, investing in, launching and building other women-led or focused businesses. In 2016, she opened the doors to The Pink Ceiling — a cross between a VC firm, a ‘pinkubator,’ and a consulting enterprise — where she is CEO. At The Pink Ceiling, she has personally invested $15m across 10 different health tech companies at various stages of development.

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Oct 31, 2022

Venture Capital investing in FemTech with Fusion Fund - Ep 185

Lu Zhang is the Founder and Managing Partner of Fusion Fund. Lu is a renowned Silicon Valley based investor, a serial entrepreneur, and a Stanford Engineering alumna. Lu was recently selected as one of the Best 25 Female Early-stage Investors by Business Insider. The Fusion Fund just closed its third fund at $125M, to invest in founders innovating in deep tech and healthcare with a focus on seed and series A stage companies in North America. In this interview, we discuss what venture funds want to see in femtech startups, common mistakes, and Lu’s biggest advice. This is a great opportunity for an inside look into how VC is thinking about femtech investments! Learn more about the fund at www.fusionfund.com.

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Oct 24, 2022

Occiguide soothes headaches & migraines that disproportionately affect females - Ep 184

Jillian Fink is the CEO and founder of Occiguide which is a medical device that treats headaches. Headaches are a leading cause of pain and disability, and routinely affect the well-being and work productivity of more than 45 million Americans each year. Women are twice as likely to have headaches than men and even worse, 85% of migraine patients are women. Many people suspect its hormonal fluctuations are to blame but research still needs to be done. Learn more at www.occiguide.com

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Oct 03, 2022

Diagnosing & Managing ADHD in females with Understood.org - Ep 183

Jenny Wu is the Co-President & Chief Product Officer at Understood.org. Understood.org is a resource for more than 70 million people with learning and thinking differences like ADHD and dyslexia. They help these neurodivergent individuals understand and anticipate life’s challenges, and build their confidence through personalized and expert-driven experiences, community and content. Understood.org is a 501(c)(3) private operating foundation based in New York. In this episode, we dive deep into ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Although males are diagnosed with ADHD 3x more than females, it takes significantly longer for females to be diagnosed even though the symptoms arrive as early as they do In males during childhood. Jenny and I discuss why that is and what we could do about it. For more information, to donate, or to become a partner, visit u.org/media and follow them on Twitter @UnderstoodOrg

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Sep 26, 2022

Cosm Medical is revolutionizing the vaginal pessary - Episode 182

Derek Sham, the founder and CEO of Cosm Medical, is an engineer who has launched over 8 medical devices in urology, gynecology, gastroenterology, and cardiology. His last urology diagnostic company was PE-back and exited in 2016. Inspired by the complications his grandmother faced, Derek set out to create a better solution for pelvic floor health like preventing pelvic organ prolapse and stopping urinary incontinence. Cosm Medical is creating a digital gynecology platform to personalize care for women. They are revolutionizing the pessary using ultrasound, AI, and 3D printing technologies. Derek is bringing pelvic floor health into the 21st century with cutting-edge technology. Learn more at www.cosm.care

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Sep 20, 2022

Dr. Silvia Mah from Stella Angels provides an angel's perspective on FemTech investing - Ep 181

Dr. Silvia Mah is the founder and chairwoman of Stella, a business accelerator for women, and the founder of Stella Angels. Stella Angels is a network of accredited angel investors who are funding women. In this interview, we cover what it’s like for angels investing in femtech, what they’re looking for, what challenges they see companies facing, and what they hope the future of femtech investing looks like.

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Sep 13, 2022

The Honey Pot Co creating natural products for vaginal wellness - Ep 180

Beatrice Dixon is the founder and chief innovation officer at The Honey Pot Co. Their products are sold online and at major retailers including Target, Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, Bed Bath and Beyond, Wegmans and more. The Honey Pot Company currently offers feminine washes, wipes, tampons, pads, mommy-to-be products, sexual wellness and soon-to-be additional offerings in both the feminine hygiene and feminine care segments. Their plant-derived feminine hygiene line is created with the goal to provide humans with vaginas, a healthy alternative to feminine care that is made with ingredients that are kind and safe for skin. Our listeners get a special offer! Go to www.thehoneypot.co and use promocode femtech for 15% off your order.

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Sep 06, 2022

Biofeedback & VR as a cutting edge treatment for pain and mental health with Flowly - Ep 179

Celine Tien is the founder and CEO of Flowly, a mobile app that combines Virtual Reality and biofeedback for pain and anxiety management. Using a mobile app and VR headset, Flowly uses biometric data such as Heart rate and Heart Rate Variability and converts it to visualizations in virtual experiences that reduce pain by over 46%. Flowly has also been studied in NIH-backed clinical trials that show an average 40% reduction in opioid usage. This conversation around bioneurofeedback is super fascinating and I am excited to see all the challenges flowly addresses for women’s health! Learn more and sign up at flowly.world.

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Aug 29, 2022

"Go Figure, The astonishing science of the female body" Author Interview with Lisa Falco - Ep 178

Lisa Falco is the author of “Go Figure! The astonishing science of the female body”. She was previously Director of Data Science at Ava, a Swiss FemTech startup, where she led a team developing algorithms and artificial intelligence in order to help women get pregnant faster by using their physiological data based on their menstrual cycle. Her book Go Figure, unravels the mystery surrounding women’s biology and explains what is happening underneath the surface. What triggers those changes and What are the sometimes unexpected consequences? The facts are as mind-blowing as they are entertaining.

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Aug 22, 2022

Moonai uses psychoacoustic strategies to stop period pain - Ep 177

In today’s episode, I interview Laura-June Clarke, the CEO and founder of Moonai. Monnai is an app that uses audio wavelengths to improve pain experienced during one’s period. Certain sounds, frequencies, and rhythms can impact the central nervous system and help reduce the perception of menstrual pain. Moonai is partnered with neuroscientists, gynecologists, and psychoacoustic experts to provide the most effective sounds for period pain relief. Downloads Moonai in the App Store or visit their website to learn more at www.moonai.es

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Aug 15, 2022

Dimension Inx using 3D-printed biomaterials to restore bone regeneration and fertility - Ep 176

In today’s episode, I interview Dr. Caralynn Nowinski Collens, the CEO of Dimension Inx. She manufactures 3D structures that enable cells to think they are inside the human body and restores their function. Dimension Inx is a next-generation biomaterials and biofabrication company developing 3D-printed therapeutic products that direct cells to rebuild healthy tissues. They are currently developing medical products for various therapeutic applications ranging from bone regeneration to fertility preservation. To learn more visit www.dimensioninx.com.

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Aug 08, 2022

Nua Surgical improving cesareans with a novel retractable device- Ep 175

In today’s episode, I interview Barry McCann, the Founder and CEO NUA Surgical. NUA Surgical is a multi-award-winning start-up dedicated to creating innovative surgical solutions in obstetrics and gynecology. Headquartered on the West Coast of Ireland, the company has developed the patented SteriCISION C-Section Retractor. This c-section retractor is designed to improve ergonomics and make cesarean delivery of newborns safer by providing better access and visualization during surgery. You are never going to believe what the current standard of care is for a c-section. I am grateful femtech founders like Barry are finally leveling up this super common procedure. Enjoy the episode!

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Aug 01, 2022

Natural Cycles, FDA-approved birth control app based on body temperature - Ep 174

In today’s episode, I interview Dr. Elina Berglund Scherwitzl, the co-founder and CEO of Natural Cycles. Natural Cycles° is a birth control app used by millions of women around the world. As a Class II medical device, the Natural Cycles app is cleared by the FDA in the United States and certified to be used as a contraceptive in Europe, Australia, and Singapore. Their internal research team has contributed to 14 peer-reviewed research papers. After contributing to physics research that led to a Nobel Prize in 2013, Elina applied her skills to create the unique algorithm in Natural Cycles that accurately pinpoints when a female is fertile based on her body temperature. Download Natural Cycles and use promo code 'femtechfocus' to get 20% off an annual membership and a free thermometer. Enjoy the episode!

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Jul 25, 2022

BD's newest HPV screening assay - Episode 173

In today’s episode, I interview Molly Broache, a women’s health nurse practitioner and currently the Associate Director of Medical Affairs in the US Region for BD Integrated Diagnostic Solutions. BD is one of the largest global medical technology companies in the world with 75,000 employees in virtually every country. The BD Onclarity™ HPV Assay is the only FDA-approved HPV assay that identifies six high-risk HPV genotypes individually, including HPV 31. As more women received the HPV vaccine, the prevalence of two of the three highest-risk genotypes – HPV 16 and 18 – have declined. Unfortunately, HPV 31 remains prevalent. BD’s diagnostic tools provide a new standard of care for women. Learn more about BD’s commitment to women’s health at https://Womens-health-solutions.bd.com Enjoy the episode!

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Jul 18, 2022

Prenatal genetic screening as a critical maternal health tool with Natera - Episode 172

In today’s episode, I interview Jennifer Saucier, the Senior Director of Clinical Genetic Services at Natera. Natera is one of the largest non-invasive prenatal testing and genetic counseling providers. Prenatal testing provides insights into the risk of a fetal genetic abnormality and can help inform pregnancy management before and after birth. Genetic counselors are critical healthcare providers that help families understand the results of their genetic tests and guide them in making decisions about the health of the mom and baby. Something that fascinated me in this interview was how the new overturning of Roe v Wade has profound implications on prenatal testing and how genetic counselors can and cannot do their jobs. To learn more about Natera visit https://www.natera.com. Enjoy the episode!

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Jul 15, 2022

Data Privacy of FemTech Apps in a post Roe v Wade America - Bonus

In today’s episode, I interview Laura Lazaro Cabrera, a Legal Officer at Privacy International. Since the overturning of the constitutional right to abortion in the United States, you may have seen social media posts telling you to delete your period tracking app or posts on Facebook about going "camping" in other states. We wanted to have a clear understanding for both the users of femtech digital health apps and the teams building them on what is the legal implications of tracking your reproductive health on your phone. Today I deep dive with Laura, a data privacy expert, on the facts and fiction of what having information on your female health could mean for you. Please be sure you are subscribed to the femtech focus newsletter and join our virtual community for more updates on how females and innovators in the US can stay vigilant and safe in these unprecedented times.

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Jul 11, 2022

Verity Now wants car safety standards to include females - Episode 171

In today’s episode, I interview Beth Brooke, the co-chair of verity now. Beth is a prominent voice worldwide on Diversity and Inclusion, including most prominently on LGBT inclusion and women. She has been named eleven times to the Forbes “World’s 100 Most Powerful Women“list. Today Beth is working towards equal safety standards in the transportation industry. In the United States, women are over 17 percent more likely to die and 73 percent more likely to be seriously injured in a vehicle crash than men. VERITY NOW, which stands for Vehicle Equity Rules in Transportation, unites people to fight for equality in vehicle safety by educating on and advocating for, crash testing standards that protect men and women equally to make cars safer for all. Please visit vertiynow.org to find out how you can get involved in this vital consideration for female women and girls' health, wellness, and safety. Enjoy the episode!

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Jun 06, 2022

MAS Holdings, the global leader in femtech apparel and textiles - Episode 170

In today’s episode, I interview Pilar Diaz, the Global Head of FemTech at MAS holdings. MAS specializes in creating reusable and sustainable apparel and textile solutions for women’s health and hygiene. They work in collaboration with femtech companies and startups such as Thinx period underwear and Become menopause sleepwear to create apparel and textile solutions across all female life stages, from menstruation to maternity to menopause, and everything in between. Headquartered in Sri Lanka, MAS Holdings is one of the world’s most recognized design-to-delivery solutions providers in apparel and textile powered by 30 years of operations, 53 manufacturing facilities across 16 countries, and 99,000 employees. Pilar is eager to work with more femtech companies to bring their textile and apparel visions to the market. I would be happy to introduce you to Pilar if you send me an email at [email protected] Learn more about MAS holdings at www.masholdings.com. Enjoy the episode!

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Jun 06, 2022

VDOM providing that 'Big D' energy at the push of a button - Episode 169

In today’s episode, I interview Glenise Kinard - Moore, the Founder and CEO Skii MooTech which produces their product the VDOM. SkiiMoo Tech was created to disrupt the status quo and break through societal barriers by leveraging "all things tech". Their focus is on creating tech-based consumer products for niche markets that are usually not at the forefront. Their premier product, The VDOM, is the first app-connected prosthetic penis that can go from flaccid to erect at the push of a button or via a swipe on a smartphone or smartwatch. This device is specifically designed to enhance the lifestyles of LGBTQ+ people, Erectile Dysfunction sufferers, and Spinal cord injury patients. While pre-order quantities have sold out, you can join our waitlist at www.thevdom.com Enjoy the episode!

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Jun 06, 2022

MYAVANA takes a scientific approach to healthy hair - Episode 168

In today’s episode, I interview Candace Mitchell, the CEO and Founder MYAVANA. Candace is a computer scientist and visionary entrepreneur transforming the hair care industry through science & technology. She serves as Founder & CEO of MYAVANA, a beauty technology company that uses artificial intelligence to recommend the perfect products for your hair. Through their mobile application, you're able to take a photo of your hair and receive an instant analysis of your hair type along with recommended products, consultations with an expert, and healthy hair guidance. For customers with specific hair challenges, MYAVANA offers a hair kit to send strands of your hair for a detailed hair analysis and personalized hair care plan. MYAVANA has developed it's own patent-pending proprietary technology to help women choose the best haircare products, ingredients, regimens, and professional salons to achieve desired styles and hair health. Our listeners get a special offer. Use promocode FEMTECH at www.myavana.com to save 20% on a hair analysis kit. Enjoy the episode!

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Jun 06, 2022

Center for Intimacy Justice wants equality in advertisement policies -Episode 167

In today’s episode, I interview Jackie Rotman, the founder of the Center for Intimacy Justice. Jackie has been a social entrepreneur for over 15 years. She has also worked in venture capital with a particular focus on women's health and sexual wellness. In 2019 she wrote a New York Times investigative op-ed on the sexual wellness market, which made the NY Times "Most Popular" list and was the Opinion section's display piece. Today Jackie is the founder and CEO of the Center for Intimacy Justice. This organization is leading the movement to rewrite corporate advertising policies in tech companies to allow sexual health and wellness ads for women and people with vulvas. These ads are systematically censored which causes huge barriers for femtech companies. The center for intimacy Justice believes in catalyzing greater technological innovation and investment, education, and cultural understanding toward female sexual health - and building a culture of greater equity, agency, and wellbeing. Learn more at www.intimacyjustice.org Enjoy the episode!

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May 01, 2022

Live UTI Free advocates for females suffering with chronic UTIs - Episode 166

In today’s episode, I interview Melissa Kramer the CEO and Founder of Live UTI free. As a women's health advocate Melissa works closely with researchers, clinicians, and members of the public to ensure the patient perspective is acknowledged, particularly in the area of recurrent urinary tract infection - the second most common infection in adults, globally. In 2017, she founded Live UTI Free, a patient advocacy and research organization with a highly engaged community. 7 million females experience a UTI each year in the United States with about 35% of them having another UTI within 6 months. Many of these reoccurring infections may be caused by an underlying bladder infection that goes undiagnosed and ineffectively treated. My favorite resource they offer is the ‘take to your doctor’ and ‘patient guide’ resources. These are documents that help empower women to speak with their physicians about what they believe they are experiencing. Get these resources and more at www.LiveUTIfree.com. Enjoy the episode!

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May 01, 2022

Abortion in the United States and what's at stake this June - Episode 165

In today’s episode, I interview Madeline Waugh, a social scientist with a focus on reproductive rights in the United States. In this episode, we walk you through the history of abortion in the United States and the present-day situation we find ourselves in. Unfortunately, it feels like most of the world is in chaos so many of us may not realize how close we are in the United States to losing our right to an abortion. In June the Supreme Court will review a Mississippi abortion law and there is a high probability that the court will overturn Roe v Wade making abortion no longer a constitutional right. This will cause a domino effect state by state of the elimination of a female’s right to decide what’s best for her and her body. Although this seem very gloom for women’s rights today we still have an opportunity to improve our chances for the future. The opportunity lies in voting, especially in local elections. I recently met Lisa Mead, a woman running for election in my community. If elected, she would be the youngest female County Commissioner and only parent of school aged children. In Wake County North Carolina we have a very important local election on May 17, with early voting beginning April 28. If you live elsewhere, please make sure to check with the Board of Elections to see when your primary election is, many are occurring in the next month! Local elections can have huge impacts on women's rights and health, so it is important to vote. Please share this episode with your networks because female rights may take a huge setback but we must be prepared to fight for our right to choose. If you benefited from listening to this episode, please consider donating to FemTech Focus which is a 501c3 non-profit empowering the women's health innovation industry. https://femtechfocus.org/donate/

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Apr 17, 2022

Virtual eating disorder treatments by Equip Health - Episode 164

In today’s episode, I interview Erin Parks, PhD the co-founder and chief operating officer of Equip Health. Equip helps families recover from eating disorders at home. Equip’s virtual, evidence-based care is provided by a dedicated five-person team that empowers families to help their loved ones achieve lasting recovery. In the US alone 5 million people will develop an eating disorder which has the 2nd highest mortality rate of all mental illnesses. In fact, there’s been a 70% increase in eating disorders since the start of the pandemic indiscriminate of gender, race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status. Did you know that 40% of people struggling with anorexia are males? When a disease is considered a female disease it is wildly underserved. If you’re a male suffering from a culturally-perceived female condition, you may even have it worse than the females suffering from that illness because of the bias. If you or someone you know is wondering if their disordered eating is actually an eating disorder then please take a free assessment at www.equip.health

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Apr 17, 2022

AllVoices enables a healthier work environment and company culture - Episode 163

In today’s episode, I interview Claire Schmidt the founder & CEO of AllVoices. AllVoices is an employee feedback management platform that is taking a modern approach to driving change within organizations by giving all employees a way to speak up, provide feedback, ask questions, share positive input, and report harassment, bias, or culture issues directly to their company’s leadership. Before founding AllVoices, Claire served as Vice President of Technology and Innovation at 20th Century Fox and she came across Susan Fowler's blog, exposing the toxic harassment she experienced as a software engineer at Uber. The story occupied part of Claire’s mind for months. She began speaking with CEOs, lawyers, HR professionals and other employees (including Susan Fowler) and discovered that the tools available to employees to share feedback or report issues were ineffective, ominous and rarely used. The whistleblower hotlines in the market were outdated and clunky. This lack of an effective and comprehensive employee feedback management platform, was encouraging toxic workplace cultures of silence and unresolved, systemic issues. So Claire began building AllVoices. Now, AllVoices is the leading Employee Feedback Management Platform, trusted by leading companies and preferred by employees. Learn more at www.allvoice.co Enjoy the episode!

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Apr 04, 2022

Decoding the vaginal microbiome with Juno Bio - Episode 162

In today’s episode, I interview Hana Janebdar, the co-founder and CEO of Juno Bio. Juno Bio is decoding the vaginal microbiome with its at-home vaginal microbiome test. To date, there has been very little attention to the vaginal microbiome event though it has massive implications for women’s lives. That's why this microbe-obsessed team from London developed a breakthrough test that decodes your microbes and powers up research for the betterment of everyone with a vagina. Disrupted vaginal microbiomes can cause everything from recurrent infections to infertility. Trouble is, it’s a bit of a black box because no one has really invested the time and effort to look until now. June Bio ran The Juno Study. Over 1000 women across the US registered to be part of the biggest IRB-approved study of its kind to power up women’s health research with the richest and most representative repository of vaginal microbiomes. This study shed light on patterns that will raise the standard of care possible for women across the world. You can get your vaginal microbiome test today at www.Juno.Bio Use promo code FEMTECH for 20% off your kit! Enjoy the episode!

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Mar 31, 2022

Flourish combats diet culture and negative body image - Episode 161

In today’s episode, I interview Claire Siegel, the co-founder and CEO of Flourish. Flourish is a wellness platform that helps women “get healthy for good” with zero focus on weight loss or food tracking. Diet culture is so deeply embedded into the American psyche that it is difficult to find programs and platforms that don’t subscribe to the diet approach to wellness. Claire Siegel is a registered dietician and knows first-hand how damaging yo-yo dieting can be–both physically and emotionally. After battling 10 years with diets, food, health, and body image, Claire founded Flourish as the first truly non-diet platform, where she helps women heal from diet culture and sustain healthy habits that align with their values through accountability, community and education. To learn more visit www.weflourish.com Our listeners get a special offer for 1 free week on the platform and 1 free coach consultation meeting. Click the link below, create an account, and voila! Flourish! Enjoy the episode! https://app.weflourish.com/dashboard?invitationCode=FEMTECH

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