Skin care remedies

When it comes to skin a lot of factors are responsible for making it look dull. No matter whether it is summer or winter, skin always gets changed as per the weather condition. Facial hair, dullness, rough texture, dark spots, pigmentation, and uneven skin tone are the most frequently discussed skin issues. People try hard to follow a certain skincare routine but don’t stick to it for so long. Skin care remedies work great in this regard as they fulfil the purpose of adding every ingredient into them. Below are some remedies to get rid of that annoying facial hair.

1. Honey and Sugar

Sugar has exfoliator properties that help remove dead skin cells along with your facial hair. Whereas honey has anti-inflammatory properties that when added with sugar make a great skin care remedy. All you have to do is to mix a tablespoon of honey with two spoons of sugar. Microwave it for 30 seconds so that it turns into a runny paste and apply the paste on areas where you have unwanted facial hair. Place a strip of cotton cloth over the paste, let it cool, and pull it off in one quick motion, in the direction opposite to the hair growth.

2. Gelatin and Milk

For those who don’t know what gelatin is, it is a thickening powder that is used in desserts. Since ancient times, people have been using it in remedies, especially as a facial hair removal mask. All you need to do is to add a teaspoon of gelatin powder with 3 tablespoons of milk and a few drops of lemon juice. To mix it well, microwave it for 15 to 20 seconds and then again mix it well. Make sure it is not too hot to handle and then apply an even layer on your face. Wait for it to dry and peel it off like a mask.

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3. Sugar and Lemon

For ages, people have employed the traditional cure of mixing sugar and lemon to get rid of unwanted facial hair. Lemon leaves the face glowing and the sugar sticks to the fine facial hair, effectively removing it.

To make a granular paste, combine sugar, lemon juice, and a little bit of water. Stir thoroughly. It can be used cold or slightly warmed when it turns into a gooey paste. Apply a thin coating evenly over your unwanted facial hair, massage for a few minutes, and then leave the product on for 10 to 15 minutes. Apply lukewarm water to rinse. 

4. Egg and Cornstarch

Egg whites work well as a face mask to remove facial hair and dead skin cells. This DIY remedy for facial hair is more effective when cornstarch is included. 

One egg white, half a tablespoon of cornstarch, and a tablespoon of sugar should be combined in a bowl to make the mask. Your skin should be covered evenly with the paste before letting it entirely dry. To remove facial hair, untie one end of the mask once it has dried, and peel it off in the opposite direction to the direction of hair growth. 

5. Oatmeal and Banana

Egg whites work well as a face mask to remove facial hair and dead skin cells. This DIY remedy for facial hair is more effective when cornstarch is included. 

One egg white, half a tablespoon of cornstarch, and a tablespoon of sugar should be combined in a bowl to make the mask. Your skin should be covered evenly with the paste before letting it entirely dry. To remove facial hair, untie one end of the mask once it has dried, and peel it off in the opposite direction to the direction of hair growth. 

Dermatologists are the experts of skin that let you know everything related to skin diseases and skincare routines. Numerous skin conditions are diagnosed and treated by these medical professionals. They also possess the knowledge required to assist clients in properly rejuvenating and caring for their skin. 

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Healthcare providers turning to USME, leading provider of rented medical equipment and patient beds and therapeutic surfaces, to prepare for patient surges

Flu cases increasing early

With the CDC reporting flu cases starting to climb, healthcare providers across the U.S. are preparing for an early wave of influenza this winter. In addition to urging everyone eligible to get immunized against COVID-19 and the flu, hospitals are renting medical equipment from US Med-Equip (USME) to help treat any influx of patients expected this flu season.

The cases of respiratory illnesses caused by the flu typically start to climb exponentially in November, spike through the holiday months and peak through the end of February. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week reported “early increases in seasonal influenza activity … in most of the United States.”

Amid prolonged strain on clinical staff and budgets since COVID struck, hospitals are turning to trusted partner USME—the nation’s leading provider of rented respiratory, neonatal, infusion and other devices—to bolster their supplies of life-saving equipment before the annual flu epidemic strikes. The Houston-based company partners with top hospitals across the nation in the rental, sales, service and asset management of movable medical equipment ranging from ventilators to patient beds and therapeutic surfaces that a hospital may need to be based on the number of patients expected or admitted at the time.

“We’re all hoping for a mild season with low case numbers and as few hospitalizations as possible, but healthcare providers are not waiting for flu cases to spike before securing and servicing equipment to be ready to help any surge of patients,” US Med-Equip CEO Greg Salario said.

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When COVID-19 hit, most of The Ohio State University-home of the Buckeyes in the state capital of Columbus-shut down. But the Applied Microbiology Services Laboratory (ASML) within its Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI) stayed open.

“The Buckeyes are amazing students,” says Seth Faith, who serves as the executive director for the Center of Microbiome Science and strategic alliance officer for IDI, but also supervises the lab. “A lot of them are hungry and passionate. At least one individual working in the lab had family in Wuhan, China, and they hadn’t seen their family for two years. They wanted to be a part of solving this pandemic.”

Over the next two years or so, AMSL employed 88 lab workers at various times, who administered more than 850,000 PCR diagnostic tests for COVID-19, with an average turnaround time of 8.75 hours.

Meanwhile, an OSU professor named Karen Dannemiller had been going into homes and businesses looking for toxic chemicals in the built environment. She was also looking at microorganisms that could cause allergies or otherwise affect human health.

In the fall of 2020, Dannemiller and her team went into the isolation rooms on campus, where students who had tested positive for COVID-19 were staying for seven to 10 days. They went in on a research protocol to see if they could find coronavirus in the built environment. Indeed, through PCR testing, Dannemiller and her team found that the highest loads of coronavirus were present in the vacuum bags collected from cleaning the carpet in those rooms.

“We can literally go into any room, any building, any floor, and know the specificity.” – Seth Faith, Infectious Diseases Institute

Collecting dust

Faith explains that with a respiratory virus, a person breathes out particles that will land in the space around them, not necessarily go into the HVAC system: “The biological materials have a charge associated with them and they accumulate. That’s what dust is. The virus gets entangled in this, and we can detect it with lab technology.” He reached out to Dannemiller and suggested making her experiment operational. “We optimized her protocol. We made it more sensitive. We made it more efficient, more streamlined, and then found a way to help report data.”

Each week they conducted PCR tests to measure the relative rise and fall of virus levels from dust collected on different floors of strategically chosen buildings on campus. But Faith wanted to take testing a step further. He proposed they produce the sequence information for the virus to understand not just the level of viral load but what variants were present on campus. So his genomics team modified their existing COVIDSeq protocol on their NextSeq2000s for environmental samples and produced completely resolved full SARS-CoV-2 genomes from dust. And sure enough, when levels of the omicron variant rose in their student population, they found the same pattern emerging in the dust.

“Take a building like a library that’s fourteen stories tall,” Faith explains. “Where would you expect the virus to be prevalent? Most people guess the lobby. That’s not what our data show. The lobby actually has one of the lower levels of viral load, and the highest levels are where people are spending a prolonged period of time, and probably unmasked.” They now have a lot of data taken during a time when the university required masks, and it shows that the students who got comfortable and even ate in the study areas were more likely to put the virus into the environment where the lab would detect it.

OSU has greenlighted funding for weekly sample collecting from strategic sites and laboratory processing through summer 2023. “This will help us tremendously, because all people-testing is voluntary at this point. We have this huge loss of data. We went from testing nearly 10,000 people a day to testing 10, so we don’t know the distribution on campus. That health surveillance is filling this gap.”

Faith is delighted that sequence information can be obtained through a targeted but noninvasive method. And since they’re using what’s in the waste stream, he draws a parallel with wastewater surveillance. “Vacuum cleaner bags are just going in the trash can. And now we’ve found a way to take that trash and give people public health data from it.”

Faith also plans to add influenza testing to their project scope. In 2021, Dannemiller won an NIH grant to build out coronavirus and influenza testing in Columbus elementary schools.

Among their other projects, AMSL recently received a $700,000 grant to continue sequencing wastewater samples from 60-plus wastewater treatment plants and 10 Ohio universities and submit the data to the National Wastewater Surveillance System.

Co-lead for dust project

Data for public health and the greater good

“With every outbreak, we’re going to need some sort of genomic technology to manage it,” Faith says. “The whole future of pathogen diagnostics is sequencing based-hands down.” He envisions a future when airports or restaurants use dust surveillance to ensure public health safety.

Meantime, Faith is excited to prepare his students for the future, and the opportunities that AMSL affords. “I’m not familiar with any students having experience using instruments worth half a million dollars or dealing with data sets that are a terabyte in size.” He plans to focus on helping students gain bioinformatics skills. “Illumina has made sequencing accessible to everyone. The first step was on the lab side-anyone can make data off a NextSeq. But now we want students to be able to analyze and report large data sets.

“Since OSU was established as an engineering and trade school, they’ve had 150 years to figure out how to train people in what was industry in Ohio. Ford and Honda both have a big presence, and our engineering college does a really great job at finding opportunities for those students to interact with and solve problems for the auto industry. But now biotech is exploding. I feel like biology is having its engineering moment.”

That’s one thing an engineer can’t tell you: if there’s a virus hovering in the Hoover, or the delta variant in the Dyson.

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These American Heart Association courses offer a flexible and affordable way to earn CPR, BLS, ACLS, and PALS certifications. Safety Training Seminars offer these courses every day of the week – including Saturdays and Sundays.

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Safety Training Seminars, an official American Heart Association© (AHA) Training Center, is making earning certifications in CPR, BLS, ACLS, and PALS accessible to more Californians with five conveniently located training centers across the Sacramento area.

Safety Training Seminars offers RQI training courses from 8 am to 5 pm Monday to Sunday, which provides scheduling flexibility for Sacramento medical and healthcare providers. Their state-of-the-art classroom facilities are located in:

·   Davis, 1403 5th Street, Suite 4

·   Elk Grove, 9075 Elk Grove Blvd., Suite 100A

·   Roseville, 805 Douglas Blvd., Suite 138

·   Sacramento, 2501 Capitol Ave., Suite 107

·   Woodland, 725 Main St., Suite 227

Each course consists of online learning components and on-site skills testing. Students receive their certification eCard on the day of the course.

BLS CPR Provider Heartcode courses cover Basic Life Support fundamentals. These courses train participants to properly recognize various life-threatening emergencies, administer chest compressions, perform ventilation, and use AEDs. Safety Training Seminars offers the course for both initial and renewal of certifications.

ACLS Heartcode courses are offered for initial or renewal certifications. These courses cover Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support training and skills. They are especially focused on emphasizing the importance of continuous, high-quality CPR and are ideal for participants who respond to cardiopulmonary arrest scenarios or other cardiovascular emergencies.

PALS Courses offer training on Pediatric Advanced Life Support for participants seeking initial or renewal certification. The training is designed for those who respond to emergencies in infants and children and for personnel in emergency response, emergency medicine, intensive care, and critical care units.

Adult and Pediatric Heartsaver CPR and First-Aid Heartcode courses train participants how to administer CPR for infants, children, and adults. Additional topics include: chokesaving, AED use, bleeding treatment, EpiPen® administration, and more. These trainings are designed for a wide variety of participants, including teachers, childcare providers (EMSA approved), parents, supervisors, and more.

“Safety Training Seminars is committed to saving lives by giving more people access to training to learn critical skills that help them respond appropriately in various emergency situations,” said Laura Seidel, owner of Safety Training Seminars. “Our five Sacramento area locations, paired with our everyday training schedule and affordable pricing, help us deliver on this commitment.”

Safety Training Seminars is a woman-owned business offering essential lifesaving training and certification courses since 1989. Programs include CPR, First-aid, BLS, ACLS, PALS, NRP, and EMSA childcare classes. With over 30 locations throughout Northern California, Safety Training Seminars is committed to offering affordable, flexible training in comfortable classrooms outfitted with today’s cutting-edge training resources and tools. To learn more, visit

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This has led to non-invasive testing, drug discovery and early diagnosis of developmental and neurological diseases using biomarkers.

Neuological biomarkers market
Neurological Biomarkers Market 2031

The Neurological Biomarkers Market forecast is expected to witness the highest CAGR in Asia-Pacific during the forecast period, owing to the increasing geriatric population and the launch of various products in the region to meet the growing demands. In addition, the development of human-induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) for the early diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease is a recent trend being followed in Japan.

𝐃𝐨𝐰𝐧𝐥𝐨𝐚𝐝 𝐒𝐚𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐞 𝐑𝐞𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭

Recent advances in biomarkers, such as biomarker signatures, are making neurological diseases more treatable. This has led to non-invasive testing, drug discovery and early diagnosis of developmental and neurological diseases using biomarkers.

Major factors driving the growth of genomic biomarkers market include increasing prevalence of neurological diseases, increasing incidence of ischemic stroke, high demand for minimally invasive procedures, technological development in clinical laboratory tests, tremendous development in infrastructure for data. Sharing and analytics such as bioinformatics and genomics are increasing awareness of biomarker-based personalized medicine.

Increase in the incidence rate of multiple sclerosis is driving the growth of the neurological biomarkers market. For example, between 750,000 and 1 million people over the age of 18 are living with MS in the US, according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society 2019. There are more people living with MS in the Northeast and Midwest than in the South.

𝐏𝐮𝐫𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐬𝐞 𝐈𝐧𝐪𝐮𝐢𝐫𝐲

𝐋𝐢𝐬𝐭 𝐨𝐟 𝐊𝐞𝐲 𝐏𝐥𝐚𝐲𝐞𝐫𝐬:
• Abbott Laboratories,
• Myriad RBM,
• Proteome Sciences,
• Thermo Fisher Scientific,
• Athena Diagnostics,
• Immunarray Pvt. Ltd.,
• Quanterix Corporation,
• Diagenic ASA,
• Psynova Neurotech,
• Bio-Rad Laboratories.

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Free eye screenings, eye health awareness activities and services for the blind and visually impaired community are being offered at a Vision Fair at Cal State Los Angeles, Lot 5, on October 15, 2022.

Brochure of event for blind people

Fox Family Foundation and RespectAbility, a national nonprofit creating systemic change in how society views and values people with disabilities, have announced a free community Vision Fair taking place October 15, 2022, at Cal State, Los Angeles, Lot 5, from 9 am – 5 pm.

“What sets this Vision Fair apart from all other eye health fairs is that it is being produced by disability advocates, six of whom are blind and/or have low vision who came through the RespectAbility National Leadership Program and are completing their externship with our organization,” stated Akira Nakano, Program Officer at Fox Family Foundation and Vision Fair Producer.

Sponsored in part by Council Member Kevin de León, representing City Council District 14, and with representatives from more than 20 other organizations, the Vision Fair will feature free vision screenings, pediatric [starting at age 3] through adult; dispense glasses on site (or mail them home/give gift certificates for follow up care/glasses); introduce community members to careers with workforce gaps that directly serve people with low vision; and provide free resources to the blind and low vision community. Additionally, free COVID-19 boosters will also be available.

Although 80% of visual impairments are preventable, low vision is the leading cause of disability in the United States, affecting a broad diversity of all communities. Regular eye check-ups are key to eye health.

Rostom Dadian, a Civic Engagement Apprentice at RespectAbility and Co-Producer of the Vision Fair, has had low vision since birth. “People think vision loss is associated with aging, but in truth, one in four Americans under the age of 40 are living with vision disability,” said Dadian. “Even though blind or visually impaired individuals are effective employees, we are overlooked as a workforce.”

Elizabeth Pezone was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa at age 11 and had standard vision until age 18. She is a Workforce Development and Policy Apprentice at RespectAbility and serves as the Accessibility and Outreach Coordinator for the Vision Fair. “I had hoped to work in early education but could not easily find employment. I was told by teachers, employers, colleagues, and even friends that because of my disability I was not going to be able to do certain tasks or programs,” Pezone said. “By having constant persistence and drive to overcome those struggles and negative attitudes, I had the strength to prove them all wrong.”

“We have to shift our education and workforce systems to ensure inclusion,” added Alex Hilke, a Workforce Development and Policy Apprentice at RespectAbility and a coordinator for the Vision Fair. “People with disabilities are America’s largest minority group. In fact, it is the only one that anyone — due to an accident, aging, or illness — can join at any time.” Hilke was born with cerebral palsy and lost peripheral vision in his right eye.

Roy Payan, a Policy and Civic Engagement Apprentice at Respectability and the Vision Fair Exhibition Lead, added, “Equal opportunity and equal access, a right guaranteed under federal law, is not always available to those of us who are disabled.” Payan was in his forties when an eye infection overseas left him blind.

“In my experience, being disabled and different means there is a stigma that you have to face every minute of every day. There is a lot of injustice, inaccessibility and inequity to resources and opportunities,” added Dennis Tran, an Entertainment and News Media Apprentice at RespectAbility and the Social Media and Publicity Coordinator for the Vision Fair. Tran was diagnosed with glaucoma, causing partial blindness at age 17, and ten years later received a late diagnosis of autism and ADHD.

“The world is all abuzz with diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts, but employers seem to prioritize race and gender over disability,” said Corey Evans, an Entertainment and News Media apprentice at RespectAbility and also the Vision Fair’s Media Lead. “When you don’t include us, you push us further into poverty.” Evans, who is African American, was born with cataracts and low vision, but his career in TV production temporarily stalled after he developed advanced glaucoma and surgery left him legally blind.

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Dr. John Jaquish details seven germs lurking at fitness centers, posing the question, “Should you work out at the gym?”

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As the weather cools down, more people are heading into the gym. Dr. John Jaquish, scientist, and best-selling author, cautions fitness enthusiasts about the tiny pathogens lingering on gym equipment, hot tubs, and surfaces ready to ruin their workout.

Studies and tests conducted at gyms over the years and long before Covid found hundreds of bacteria, funguses, viruses, etc. “To give some perspective on the germs found in gyms, FitRated did a pre-pandemic study, swabbing 27 pieces of equipment at three different gyms to determine how many bacteria are lingering during your workout. Just one of the tests found that typical free weights have 362 times more germs than a toilet seat. It makes one think about going to a gym to get healthy,” said Dr. Jaquish.

Shared gym equipment, lockers, towels, showers, hot tubs, and pools are breeding grounds for infections. Here are some of the germs and infections found per the National Library of Medicine and Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library:

  • Staph Infection (Staphylococcus) is among the most common bacteria hiding out in gyms. Staph bacteria cause problems when one has a scratch or cut on the skin, even a tiny nick from shaving. Noticeable symptoms are red boils that appear swollen or painful. Other symptoms include drainage and a warm-to-the-touch feeling at the injection site.
  • Impetigo is a type of skin infection found anywhere on the body that typically results in sores that can ooze, burst, and form a yellow, crusty scab.
  • Ringworm (Fungi Dermatophyte) often thrives in warm, dark, moist places like sweaty sneakers or gym locker rooms. Two types found at gyms are athlete’s foot and jock itch. Athletes’ foot causes white scale and itchy blisters on the feet, while jock itch causes red, painful, and itchy, red-shaped blotches in the groin area. But all types of ringworm can bring red, scaly circles anywhere on the body—including the midsection, arms, and legs.
  • Common Colds, Covid, and Flu germs are respiratory infections that spread easily in close quarters. Usually, these germs enter the body through droplets from someone else’s coughs and sneezes and can even pass from surface to person.
  • Plantar Warts (Human Papillomavirus -HPV) are fleshy overgrowths of skin, typically found on the soles of your feet.
  • Herpes (Herpes Simplex virus) can cause either cold sores or genital herpes and enters the body through close personal touch as well as through shared items like gym equipment and towels.
  • Hot Tub Rash (Pseudomonas Aeruginosa) can be contacted in the pool or hot tub, producing an itchy, red rash and can also cause a swimmer’s ear.

As a result of the prolonged pandemic, Americans’ awareness of infections has increased, resulting in an increased awareness of the need to keep fit and healthy. This has translated into a huge demand for residential gym equipment.

Allied Market Research reports that the global at-home fitness equipment market was valued at $5,545 million in 2019 and is projected to reach $11,459 million by 2027, registering a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 7.8% from 2021 to 2027.

Dr. Jaquish is the creator of the X3 workout system, a modern variable resistance portable gym that fits in a drawer at home or a travel bag and can be used anywhere. Additionally, the system ensures a hygienic workout environment.

Dr. Jaquish details his exercise protocols with supporting science in his controversial Wall Street Journal bestselling book Weightlifting is a Waste of Time, So is Cardio.

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About John Jaquish, PhD
Scientist, Inventor, and author John Jaquish, PhD. has spent years researching and developing improved approaches to health. He speaks at scientific conferences worldwide and is a research professor at Rushmore University. He is the Inventor of the bone density-building medical technology OsteoStrong and the creator of the variable resistance X3 exercise system for accelerated muscle development. Dr. Jaquish’s methods are used in training the world’s most elite athletes, including the Miami Heat, various NFL and NBA players, MMA champions, and members of the US Olympic team. His book, Weightlifting is a Waste of Time – So is Cardio, explains his non-conventional approach to human physiology and is a WSJ Bestseller.

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Global Women’s Digital Health Market is valued at US$ 1.87 Billion in 2021, and it is expected to reach US$ 9.13 Billion by 2030, with a CAGR of 19.4%

InsightAce Analytic Pvt. Ltd. announces the release of a market assessment report on the “Global Women’s Digital Health Market– by Solution Type (Single-Ended Brushes and Double-Ended Brushes), Therapeutic Application Area (Fetal Health, General Wellness, menstrual Cycle, pelvic Care, Reproductive Health/Fertility, and Other Therapeutic Application areas), Trends, Industry Competition Analysis, Revenue and Forecast To 2030.”

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According to the latest research by InsightAce Analytic, the global Women’s Digital Health market is valued at US$ 1.87 Billion in 2021, and it is expected to reach US$ 9.13 Billion by 2030, with a CAGR of 19.4% during a forecast period of 2022-2030.

A sort of communication technology called “digital health” is utilized for various medical tasks, including diagnosing and keeping track of women’s general health. Women can better and more precisely understand their bodies thanks to digital health. Understanding digital health about women, women’s digital health is a large sector that comprises a variety of goods, services, tools, diagnostics, and software that address the unique needs of women in areas including sexuality, reproductive health, and fertility. Many service providers are researching artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the internet of things to produce applications for women’s digital health. Because it aims to improve patient care, lower healthcare costs, improve quality of care, and reduce inefficiencies in the healthcare system, in addition to increasing access to healthcare.

Major market players operating in the Women’s Digital Health market include Lucina Health (Unified Women’s Healthcare), LetsGetChecked, Ro, Willow Innovations, Flo Health, Hubble Connected, Nannocare”

— Insightace Analytic

A significant factor anticipated to propel the expansion of the women’s digital health market in the forecast period is the increasing variety of chronic and general illnesses. The favorable legislative environment, the rapid development of investments and funding, and the rising awareness and expanding use of digital health solutions among women for their and their family’s well-being. Rising innovations, quick improvements that support a variety of preventative care and individualized methods, and the widespread use of cutting-edge technologies for women’s digital health will all contribute to the market’s expansion. Adoption of smartphones, acceptance of preventative healthcare, supportive legislation, and increased funding are all factors promoting market expansion and awareness. The deployment of several investment initiatives is one of the most apparent trends in the women’s health devices market. It is anticipated to impact the market’s growth throughout the forecast period substantially. There are many benefits to the rapid speed of investment projects. One advantage of these activities is the expanded availability of more simple and affordable solutions, which promotes the wider adoption of these medical devices. The market for women’s digital health is anticipated to be significantly constrained by data privacy and security concerns, lack of knowledge of women’s mental and physical health, and other related factors.

North America is anticipated to be the major contributor to the Women’s Digital Health market over the forecast years. The availability of cutting-edge technology infrastructure, improved access to the newest gadgets, improved reach for diagnosis and treatment, and more disposable incomes are all contributing factors. North America will continue to rule the industry thanks to the availability of superior treatment gadgets and top enterprises. In addition, the Asia Pacific Women’s Digital Health market is expected to grow significantly during the forecast period. China, India, Singapore, and other emerging economies are all seeing rapid economic expansion. The development of the market for digital women’s healthcare in these nations is further accelerated by government initiatives and a supportive regulatory environment. Moreover, efforts are being made to go around the sociocultural approach to women’s healthcare.

Major market players operating in the Women’s Digital Health market include Lucina Health (Unified Women’s Healthcare), LetsGetChecked, Ro, Willow Innovations, Flo Health, Hubble Connected, Nannocare Inc., iPulse Medical Ltd., Loon Lab Inc., Dame, Garmin, Kindbody, HeraMED Ltd, iSono Health, Inc, Clue by Biowink GmbH, Chiaro Technology Ltd. (Elvie), Natural Cycles USA Corp, Ava AG, NURX, Inc., Illumigyn, Athena Feminine Technologies, Inc., MobileODT Ltd., Lisa Health, Biowink GmbH, Flo Health, Inc., Ovia Health, Glow, Inc, Cycles, Conceivable Inc, Ava Science, Inc, Tmpdrop LLC, BellBeat, Valley Electronics AG, Mira Kindara, YONO LABS, FairHeaven Health, Fertility Focus Limited, and Gals Bio Ltd

Recent collaborations and agreements in the market:
• In May 2022, a virtual clinic for fertility, Woom, a period monitoring app for women with a base in Madrid, was purchased by London-based Apricity. Amount not disclosed was agreed upon for the transaction.

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Market Segments
Global Women’s Digital Health Market, by Solution Type, 2022-2030 (Value US$ Mn)
• Applications / Software
• Devices
• Services Offered / Available

Global Women’s Digital Health Market, by Therapeutic Application Area, 2022-2030 (Value US$ Mn)
• Fetal Health
• General Wellness
• Menstrual Cycle
• Pelvic Care
• Reproductive Health / Fertility
• Other Therapeutic Application Area

Global Women’s Digital Health Market, by Region, 2022-2030 (Value US$ Mn)
• North America
• Europe
• Asia Pacific
• Latin America
• Middle East & Africa

North America Women’s Digital Health Market, by Country, 2022-2030 (Value US$ Mn)
• U.S.
• Canada

Europe Women’s Digital Health Market, by Country, 2022-2030 (Value US$ Mn)
• Germany
• France
• Italy
• Spain
• Russia
• Rest of Europe

Asia Pacific Women’s Digital Health Market, by Country, 2022-2030 (Value US$ Mn)
• India
• China
• Japan
• South Korea
• Australia & New Zealand

Latin America Women’s Digital Health Market, by Country, 2022-2030 (Value US$ Mn)
• Brazil
• Mexico
• Rest of Latin America

Middle East & Africa Women’s Digital Health Market, by Country, 2022-2030 (Value US$ Mn)
• GCC Countries
• South Africa
• Rest of Middle East & Africa

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 To get information on the Women’s Digital Health market value (US$Mn) forecast to 2030
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