INRFOOD transforms nutrition (and lives) with complete health and wellness in mind. It simplifies the complexities of nutrition with personalized alerts and recommendations. Instead of just counting calories it focuses on a bottom up approach through analysis of the core components – the ingredients. Get the app now!
I’m Sick Mobile is a health concierge service developing a mobile application that connects primary healthcare providers to customers at a low cost. For $75 per visit, customers can request an on-call nurse practitioner to conveniently come to your location to provide healthcare services to treat minor illnesses and injuries. I’m Sick Mobile also provides a Hangover Cure so check it out today.
myRoundUp is a purpose driven, mission based company out of Houston, TX. For fundraising organizations; we are a fresh new call-to-action. For the individual; we are a fun and modern way to do-good. Who do you roundup your change to?
Under the motto “Safe is Sexy,” myLAB Box empowers individuals to take control of their health by testing from the convenience of their home or on the go. Initially focused on an at home STD test, the company offers options to purchase individual kits or packages as well as a “Safe Box” subscription – continual testing once every 6 months for a low monthly fee.
Based on the Hippocrates quote, “Let food be thy medicine.” The Hippo Kitchen designs, prepares and delivers meals that are tailored to the dietary needs of cancer patients. The Hippo Kitchen’s symptom-supportive meals are also available in vending refrigerators located in the Texas Medical Center. The company’s “Give.Care.Share” platform provides a mechanism for family and friends to give a cancer patient the right meals tailored to their preferences and dietary needs
Alltrope Medical is creating an innovative surgical device used to identify ureters during surgery.
Adient Medical is developing implantable medical devices that serve their useful function, then absorb in the body without intervention. The first product is an absorbable filter which traps blood clots originating in the lower body to prevent their passage to the lungs causing a pulmonary embolism.
Luminostics has developed a smartphone-based rapid test technology for diseases and other medical conditions developed at the University of Houston. Luminostics’ vision is to empower consumers by enabling instant, on-demand access to health information at a molecular level. Luminostics’ first product is a rapid at-home Chlamydia test.