The Trump administration isn’t giving up on drug prices in TV ads. The Department of Health and Human Services appealed the ruling in July that overturned the rule requiring drug-price disclosure in TV ads. (STAT)

The National Institutes of Health has picked a partner for its massive genetic research program. Color Genomics was awarded a $4.6 million grant to work with the NIH on its All of Us genetic research initiative. The goal is to collect health and genetic data from 1 million Americans. (Fortune)

A new nonprofit will try to direct money from opioid settlements to hospitals instead of governments. The group, Citizens for Effective Opioid Treatment, was founded by West Virginia University president Gordon Gee and former Ohio Governor John Kasich. Recent settlements include $15 million from Allergan and Endo, $85 million from Teva and a $270 million settlement from Purdue Pharma. (Associated Press)

India has proposed a ban on e-cigarettes. The country’s health ministry said it was in the public interest to ensure e-cigarettes don’t become an “epidemic” among children and young adults. The proposal is a blow to Juul, which was planning to expand to India. (Reuters)

State Farm is developing an Alexa skill to help people check on elderly family members. The skill would allow owners of Amazon Echo Show devices to share alerts and check-ins so adult children and caregivers can know that their relatives are safe. (CNBC)