The New York Times – Juul illegally marketed e-cigarettes, FDA says

The U.S. agency sent a warning letter to the company, saying it violated regulations by touting its vaping products as safer than traditional tobacco cigarettes.

Kaiser Health News – States pass record number of laws to reel in drug prices

33 states have enacted a record 51 laws to address drug prices, affordability and access. Whether Congress will act this year to address the affordability of prescription drugs — a high priority among voters — remains uncertain. But states aren’t waiting.

Associated Press – California governor signs vaccine bills he demanded

California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed bills Monday to crack down on doctors who write fraudulent medical exemptions for school children’s vaccinations.

Newsweek – World Suicide Prevention Day 2019: Advice on how to support someone who feels suicidal

Today, Sept. 10, is World Suicide Prevention Day—a day dedicated to raising awareness of the risks of suicide and the challenges faced when trying to prevent death by suicide.

Associated Press – Women seek abortions out of state amid restrictions

At least 276,000 women terminated their pregnancies outside their home state between 2012 and 2017, according to an AP analysis.

Fox News – Americans love snacks. What does that mean for bad health, rise in obesity?

Americans are addicted to snacks, and food experts are paying closer attention to what that might mean for health and obesity.