House Democrats have requested marketing documents from Juul for their teen-vaping investigation. The House Oversight Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy requested files related to Juul’s marketing strategy targeting minors, social media practices, research on impact on health and the company’s deal with tobacco giant Altria. (CNBC)

Actress Jessica Biel has been widely criticized after speaking out against a California vaccine bill that would limit medical exemptions for vaccines in the state. Biel was criticized for appearing with prominent anti-vaxxer Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to oppose the bill. She said in an Instagram post that she supports children being vaccinated. (Associated Press)

The Food and Drug Administration has chosen IBM, Merck and Walmart as partners for its blockchain pilot program. The FDA is exploring the use of blockchain to improve the security of prescription drug supply and distribution. The companies will work with KPMG to create a blockchain network to monitor the drug supply chain. (Reuters)

GlaxoSmithKline has partnered with CRISPR researchers to aid drug discovery. The company will work with Jennifer Doudna, the researcher who co-invented the gene-editing technology, and others in a new San Francisco lab. (STAT)

Klick Health has hired Dave Leitner to lead its media offering. He previously served in leadership roles at two MDC Partners media firms, along with media and marketing roles on the client side at Atari and Sony. Leitner joined the agency last month. (MM&M)