Amazon launches a subscription prescription drug service, Health News, ET HealthWorld

New Delhi: Amazon is adding a prescription drug discount program to its growing health care business. The retail giant said Tuesday that it will launch RxPass, a subscription service for customers who have Prime memberships. Amazon said people will pay $5 a month to fill as many prescriptions as they need from a list of about 50 generic medications, which are generally cheaper versions of brand-name drugs. The company said the flat fee could cover a list of medications like the antibiotic amoxicillin and the anti-inflammatory drug naproxen. Sildenafil also…

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Twitter Launches Subscription Offering In Canada, Australia

Subscribers will also get access to perks, such as customisable app icons for their device’s home screen and fun colour themes for their Twitter app, and will have access to dedicated subscription customer support Microblogging platform Twitter on Thursday announced the launch of Twitter Blue, its first subscription service that will offer exclusive features, including undoing tweets within a stipulated time. The ‘first iteration’ of Twitter Blue is being rolled out in Australia and Canada, and the service will be available for a monthly price of CAD 3.49 (about Rs…

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