Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said CBD can get users high, despite claims that it cannot. He said that CBD derived from cannabis could potentially contain THC, the ingredient in marijuana that induces a high. The FDA held its first public hearing on CBD on Friday. (CNBC)

Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay a punitive award of $300 million to a woman who claimed she got cancer due to using the company’s talc products. It has vowed to appeal. The company is facing more than 14,000 claims that its powder products have caused cancer. (The Street)

Erectile dysfunction treatments have topped the list of drugs with the highest price increases over a five-year period. Blockbuster drugs Viagra and Cialis saw the biggest price hikes among the 17 top-selling brand-name drugs between 2012 and 2017, according to a study. Viagra jumped 190% over six years and Cialis increased 187%. (CNBC)

Massachusetts has sued an e-cigarette retailer for targeting teens with marketing. Its lawsuit contends that Eonsmoke targeted underage consumers with its advertising and failed to verify its buyers’ ages. (Associated Press)

California may make a preventive HIV drug available over-the-counter. State Senator Scott Wiener proposed a bill that would allow people to receive their first 30 days of Truvada over-the-counter if they first receive counseling and an HIV test. Advocates have said it could expand access to the drug. (San Francisco Chronicle)