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Bloomlife Pregnancy Tracker Tells Mom When She’s Really In Labor

Pregnant women may soon be able to regularly check in on the health of their growing baby without heading to the hospital, thanks to a wearable device. The gadget, called Bloomlife, is attached with a disposable adhesive about two inches below the belly button and can be worn occasionally, overnight or all day to monitor

The wearable that helps pregnant women track contractions in real time

LAS VEGAS — The idea for Bloomlife's pregnancy wearable was born around the same that CEO Eric Dy and his co-founder, COO Julien Penders, were taking their first steps toward parenthood. "My co-founder's wife got pregnant, all of my friends were getting pregnant, I was trying to have a baby, and we all sort of

Top Health Technology at CES 2017

The 2017 CES show, held in Las Vegas on January 5-8, attracted over 165,000 attendees from around the world and featured over 3,800 companies. Exhibitors range across a wide spectrum from virtual reality headsets and wearables to drones and self-driving cars. With the rise in fitness and networked products, the number of companies demonstrating health

From the conference floor – tech of CES 2017

The Bloomlife wearable contraction sensor can automatically detect, count and track contractions in pregnant women. The device enables expecting mothers to distinguish between false alarms and actual labor pains.   READ MORE

CES 2017: Five gadgets to help consumers get healthy

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5 (UPI) -- The Consumer Technology Association's 2017 CES is showcasing several health and wellness-related products, including wearable technology, for the show's 50th anniversary. This year's CES, held in Las Vegas, will run from Thursday until Sunday. Many health-related items are designed to provide consumers more information about their lives, while some

Bloomlife is redesigning prenatal care

These companies had a very special CES experience as they all pitched in front of multiple groups of judges on stage at the Sands Expo. The startups were competing for $50,000 and being named the winner of the Hardware Battlefield. After many deliberations, our judges narrowed the list down to four finalists: wearable device for

All the winners for the CES Editors’ Choice awards

The annual CES show puts some truly astonishing numbers up on the board, but no stat boggles the imagination so much as the sheer number of products that debut here. It's not lost on us that each product is the result of months—sometimes years—of planning, which makes CES the culmination of an unfathomable number of

BloomLife wearable helps pregnant women track their contractions

Today’s wearables are only scratching the surface of what we can learn about our health. BloomLife, makers of a clinically validated wearable for pregnant mothers, wants to dig deeper when it comes to the health of the baby and the mother during pregnancy. The company demonstrated its wearable onstage today at Hardware Battlefield at CES.

CES 2017: Startup Bloomlife Develops Pregnancy Wearable To Monitor Contractions

Bloomlife, a startup, is showing at the ongoing CS 2017 a pregnancy wearable designed to monitor a woman’s contractions. It is worn during the third trimester of a pregnancy. The pregnancy wearable stores the data on contractions in an app for Android or iOS for easy monitoring. The device provides the expectant woman data on