Bristol-Myers Squibb is requiring its employees in the U.S. and Puerto Rico to be fully vaccinated by November. The company reported that 85% of its employees have already been vaccinated. (Reuters)

The Food and Drug Administration is nearing a September 9 deadline on the regulation of e-cigarette products. However, the agency has thus far reviewed only a small number of the 6.5 million applications it has received. (STAT)

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is reportedly backing new anti-aging biotech Altos Lab, which aims to develop biological reprogramming technology. The company, which launched with $270 million in funding, plans to build sites in the Bay Area, San Diego, the U.K. and Japan. (Endpoints News)

A World Health Organization leader criticized wealthy nations for hoarding COVID-19 vaccines and protective equipment. “This is not just unfair, it’s not just immoral – it’s prolonging the pandemic,” WHO technical lead on COVID-19 Maria Van Kerkhove said. (CNBC Weekly)

At-home health monitoring is moving beyond smartwatches and into so-called smart toilets. More companies are developing toilets that can track blood pressure and signs of gastrointestinal disease. (The Wall Street Journal)