Personal fertility tracking is set to get more sophisticated with the arrival of Kegg, the first wearable device to measure cervical mucus. More
US tech company Motiv has revealed its smart ring will soon use its wearer's unique heartbeat to verify their identity and make payments. More
A smart ring developed by New York-based designer Hussain Almossawi allows people with sickle cell disease to monitor and detect low oxygen levels in their blood. More
After being diagnosed with Crohn's disease, designer Teddy Schuyers decided to focus on redesigning the ostomy bag that many sufferers have to wear to improve both their performance and appearance. More
These 3D-printed hearing aids could help people who are partially deaf to tune out unwanted background noise, but they also function as regular earphones.
British furniture studio Another Country has teamed up with design agency Ekkist to create a series of health-focused furniture pieces, including a table with a tray for a surface and a multi-use daybed. More
Students from the Parsons School of Design have worked with hospital clothing company Care+Wear to create a patient gown that provides coverage, while also allowing doctors necessary access to the body. More
US start-up Lia has developed a flushable pregnancy test that is made from sustainable, biodegradable materials, which they claim to be the first of its kind. More