The Food and Drug Administration is investigating whether vaping contributes to seizures. The inquiry is taking place after 127 people reported experiencing seizures following the use of an e-cigarette. The cases took place over a decade-long period. (CNBC)

Novartis CEO Vas Narasimhan has defended the company’s decision to not tell the FDA about falsified data submitted to the government agency for three months. He said the reason was so that the company could finish its internal investigation into the matter. Narasimhan also said Novartis is “exiting” scientists involved in the inaccuracies. (STAT)

White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway said that President Donald Trump will introduce his healthcare plan in September. She said it will include proposals for lowering drug prices, the creation of an international drug-price index, an overhaul of Medicaid and other measures. (Bloomberg)

McCann Health has promoted Hilary Gentile to global chief strategy officer. Previously, she was North America chief strategy officer. She will report to McCann Health global CEO John Cahill. (MM&M)

Arizona Tea has partnered with Dixie Brands to sell cannabis-infused gummies, drinks and vape pens. Dixie will manufacture and distribute the products, which will be sold to consumers at licensed dispensaries, with Arizona’s branding. (CNBC)