Welcome to Hite Health Solutions where we’re committed to serving women’s health and wellness.

We will accomplish our mission through internal development of proprietary solutions and partnering with other firms that offer complementary products.

Our current focus is on our founder’s novel feminine hygiene patent that we will commercialize as the Duett™ Circular Tampon.* This innovative solution positions an absorbent pad at the cervix to address the things women hate about conventional period products, including interference with sex.

We’ll be sharing more about our progress in the weeks ahead. In the meantime, we invite you to sign-up on our Contact page for our occasional newsletter, to learn more by visiting our FAQ page and to share your thoughts by taking our survey.

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Changes to Period Products Taxes

Women have been paying a “pink tax” for years without seeing it explicitly printed on their sales receipts. Simply put, the pink tax refers to the premium price that women pay for many products that are marketed to women when compared to comparable, generic products. Women are also impacted by high taxes applied to period … Continue reading Changes to Period Products Taxes

Hite Health Solutions is Selected as an NCIdea SEED Grant Finalist

We are pleased to announce that Hite Health Solutions was selected as a top 10 finalist in the NCIdea SEED Grant program. This is the second stage of the Grant process leading to awards of $50,000, the semi-finalist round was announced on 30 September 2019, and the finalists will be presenting to grant judges on … Continue reading Hite Health Solutions is Selected as an NCIdea SEED Grant Finalist

Women Advance in Space – and in an Open Space

You’ve no doubt seen the recent news about the first all-female spacewalk. Astronauts, Christina Koch and Jessica Meir spent seven hours and 17 minutes outside of the International Space Station tasked with replacing a power controller. This event was remarkable considering that “women were not admitted into the astronaut program until 1978, and an American … Continue reading Women Advance in Space – and in an Open Space

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