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Mahmee CEO Melissa Hanna (right) and her mother, Linda Hanna (left), co-founded the company in 2014. Linda's more than 40 years of clinical experience as a registered nurse and certified lactation consultant helped them understand the need, they say. Keith Alcantara/Mahmee hide caption

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This App Aims To Save New Moms' Lives

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A customer tests an eyebrow pencil in the mirror at the New York City flagship store for the beauty startup Glossier. It's one of the latest companies to become a unicorn, with a market value of $1 billion as of March. Amy Scott/NPR hide caption

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Lincoln, Neb., is home to several startups, which use the city's low cost of living and high quality of life to attract workers. Nicolas Henderson/Flickr hide caption

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Silicon Prairie: Tech Startups Find A Welcoming Home In The Midwest

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