Juul suspended all sales of its fruity e-cigarette flavors. The company will only sell its mint, menthol and tobacco flavors at retail and online. While Juul stopped selling flavors like mango and creme in stores last year, they were still  available on the company’s website. (CNBC)

New cases of vaping-related illness slow this week. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said there have been 1,479 cases and at least 33 deaths in the outbreak. The number of cases jumped by 180 between this week and last, but that represents the lowest week-by-week increase since mid-September. (Associated Press)

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s drug price bill may pass the House, but won’t get far in the Senate, analysts say. The bill may get a vote on the House floor within the next two weeks, but analysts said it will likely be “dead on arrival” in the Senate. (MarketWatch)

Jury is seated for Ohio opioid lawsuits as settlement talks continue. U.S. district judge Dan Polster ordered executives from the defendant organizations to appear in court Friday for negotiations. Opening arguments for the case are set to begin Monday. (Associated Press)

Johnson & Johnson agreed to pay nearly $117 million to settle transvaginal mesh lawsuits. The settlement would resolve 41 state lawsuits that claim J&J deceptively marketed the surgical product, misrepresenting its safety and not disclosing risks. Thousands of women have sued the company. (Reuters)