07 Jan
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Cary Caster on Turning Aromatherapy into a Profitable Venture

Cary Caster, an aromatherapist and ethnobotanist, has founded a company that is making aromatherapy and essential oils accessible and user-friendly for the masses. Aromatherapy – relaxation, healing through oils and blends and the purest of ingredients have a tendency to be perceived as a whimsical field, especially given the lack of information, until now. Caster is […]

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23 Oct
  • By Ava Vitale
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Digital Contraceptives And Period Trackers: The Rise of Femtech.

With market predicted to be worth $50billion by 2025, is women’s health no longer being overlooked by tech? Digital contraceptive techniques have been on the receiving end of bad press recently after Swedish company Natural Cycles was described as “misleading” by the UK’s advertising body, and a number of women complained about becoming pregnant while […]

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13 Aug
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Lola Modernizes Feminine Tampons

Lola, the new direct-to-consumer tampon brand founded by two Dartmouth grads, Jordana Kier and Alexandra Friedman, is on a mission to revolutionize the feminine care category. The NYC-based startup aims to improve a professional woman’s feminine care across her reproductive cycle starting with its convenient and flexible online subscription service, tampon ingredient and design enhancements, […]

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15 Jun
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Why Does Bad News Stress Women Out More than Men?

It’s hard to avoid the news, thanks to Twitter feeds, Facebook updates and the ubiquity of newsfeeds eager to flood your screen with both calamity and celebration. But how are all these current events affecting our psyche? To figure out whether our increasing exposure to 24-hour news coverage — especially negative news — has an […]

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08 Sep
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Health Discovery: Women Have More Active Brains Than Men, says Scientists.

Did you know Women’s brains are significantly more active in many more regions than men’s? according to new research by the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.  A study by scientists from Amen Clinics in California led the biggest brain imaging survey to date. It compared over 46,000 brain scans from nine clinics and analyzed the differences between […]

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