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Kindara

Fertility tracking app and connected tech

SH:24

STI testing, treatment & contraception at home

SH:24 is a digital sexual and reproductive health service in the UK. It provides free STI testing, treatment, contraception and advice, 24 hours a day.

SH:24 is user centred in design and has won multiple awards. In 2016 it won 3 UK UX awards (including best overall user experience) and in 2017, won BMJ Award for Innovation Team of the Year.

Cosmopolitan
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Evening Standard
Digital sexual and reproductive health social enterprise, SH:24 has announced that it will be offering free HIV self-tests that can be done at home. SH:24 has produced over 200,000 STI self-test kits since 2015 and has won awards for its service.
Design Week
This year's exhibition features an intuitive bike helmet, a discreet sexual health testing kit and a more inclusive Lego set for kids. The Design Museum's annual exhibition of projects always does a good job at giving an all-encompassing view of the biggest design projects of the year.
3 Alternatives to SH:24

Tia 2.0

Women's health advisor, cycle & wellness tracker

The Tia 2.0 app is the first "taste" of Tia Care that will power their real world Tia women's health clinics opening next year. The same equal parts sass and science that women love with a lot more smarts — comprehensive health, wellness & cycle tracking, data visualizations and insights, symptom predictions & more!

Medium
This is the guiding question we've been asking ourselves since we started Tia and set out on a mission to transform healthcare through products, tools  - and soon, services - that enable every woman to be her own patient advocate.
Medium
What do women with IBS, endometriosis and anxiety have in common? The answer is rooted in women's menstrual cycles - not the act of bleeding every month per se, but the sometimes-predictable, sometimes-sporadic internal dance of hormones that affects everything about being female from our brains to our bowels.
Medium
"Hey Tia, my period started. Just wanted to let you know." The first time we got one of these messages, we were very confused. It was the early days of Tia, when Felicity and I were being Tia (yes, you read that right) - sitting in our living room texting with women across the country about anything and everything related to reproductive and sexual health.
6 Alternatives to Tia 2.0
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