At least 20 states have not accepted Purdue’s settlement proposal. The company and its owners, the Sackler family, offered a settlement package valued between $10 billion and $12 billion. Twenty-seven states and territories accepted the proposal. (NBC News)

New data showed teen vaping is still on the rise. More than a quarter (27.5%) of high-school teens are vaping, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s annual tobacco survey. That’s an increase from 2018, when 20.8% of teens said they vaped in the past month. (CNBC) Juul said it will continue to run the Make the Switch campaign despite a warning from the Food and Drug Administration. (CNBC)

Historians are asking for documents from opioid lawsuits to remain public after settlements. Some settlements have included provisions that sealed documents and depositions submitted during a trial. The group is modeling its request after the 1998 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement, which made thousands of documents public. (STAT)

GE Healthcare won approval for its artificial-intelligence-powered X-ray device. The device, which can detect a collapsed lung in 15 minutes with the help of AI algorithms, was approved by the Food and Drug Administration. It is the first AI device of its kind to be approved. (CNBC)

Memorial Sloan Kettering chose Lisa DeAngelis as its next physician-in-chief and chief medical officer. The previous medical chief, José Baselga, departed last year after failing to disclose payments from the industry. DeAngelis was previously chair of the neurology department and cofounder of MSK’s brain tumor center. (Endpoints)