A scientific panel has urged the vaccination of more than 2 million U.S. children against hepatitis A. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices said Thursday that shots should be given to older children who hadn’t been vaccinated when they were babies. It also recommended shots for individuals with HIV. (Associated Press)

Apple is continuing its dive into the healthcare space. The company has started selling a glucose monitor that integrates with the iPhone in some Apple Stores. Known as One Drop, the device is the only diabetes product the company is selling in bricks-and-mortar stores. (CNBC)

A new study has found that lung-cancer screening guidelines should be less restrictive about black smokers. Research published in JAMA Oncology found that cutoff criteria used for white smokers missed cancers in their black counterparts. The report also warned that keeping guidelines as is could “exacerbate racial disparities in lung-cancer outcomes.” (Reuters)

Healthcare was one of the most-discussed topics in the first Democratic presidential debate. Asked who would be in favor of doing away with private healthcare insurance coverage, only two candidates raised their hands: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (CNN)

In a potential class action lawsuit, Google is being accused of inappropriately accessing sensitive medical records of hundreds of thousands of hospital patients. The suit claims that Google’s actions put the patients’ privacy at great risk. (The Verge)