Introducing Owlet, a Jawbone for Infants

A new wearable health tracker allows parents to monitor their baby's oxygen levels, skin temperature, sleep quality, and sleep position
Courtesy Owlet Baby Monitor

With wearable health trackers all the rage, people are monitoring everything from the quality of their sleep to the factors that make for a swift recovery from surgery. Soon parents will also be able to track the well-being of their infants.

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