App-Connected Breast Pump Focuses On A Mother’s Needs

App-Connected Breast Pump Focuses On A Mother’s Needs
Children

Th device focuses on the biology of a mother feeding their child milk for a more comfortable experience

Zack Palm
  • 9 december 2016

Janica Alverez was having an atrocious time with the breast pumps on the market, as she felt they were were loud and uncomfortable to use. With a background in health care, she teamed up with her husband Jeff, who was a mechanical engineer that worked with medical devices, to provide an alternative. They created Naya, an app-controlled breast pump for nursing mothers.

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