Amazon slashes groceries’ prices at Whole Foods; Fitbit announces its first smartwatch with a new SpO2 sensor for estimating blood oxygen levels; Health-tech startups are taking off in Thailand as more services are moving online

Groceries’ prices slashed at Whole Foods post Amazon’s acquisition; Amazon Prime to be integrated into Whole Foods point-of-sale system for Prime members; Lower prices on more everyday groceries are expected. (TechCrunch)

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Fitbit announces its first smartwatch with a new SpO2 sensor for estimating blood oxygen levels; It is built on Pebble’s platform that allows developers to make apps for enterprise health companies with Fitbit devices; The firm also partners with Adidas to provide a special edition of the device and training programs to help athletes perform better. (MedCityNews)

Health-tech startups are taking off in Thailand as more services are moving online; Telehealth is going mainstream as startups offer more options for patients ; Blockchain-enabled health records are expected to be commercially ready by 2018. (Bangkok Post)