Juul has a new CEO, with Altria chief product officer K.C. Crosthwaite stepping in to replace the outgoing Kevin Burns. The company also said on Wednesday that it is pulling its broadcast and digital product advertising off the market amid heightened scrutiny. (MM&M)

Congress has blamed the Food and Drug Administration for the increase in vaping because it delayed regulating the products. Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb pushed the deadline from 2018 to 2022 to review e-cigarettes. Acting FDA Commissioner Ned Sharpless agreed that the government agency should have acted earlier. (STAT)

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has said she is hoping to work with President Donald Trump on a drug-pricing bill, despite launching impeachment proceedings on Tuesday. One part of her plan would affect Medicare, so that lower prices could be negotiated on 250 high-priced drugs. Trump said last week that it was “great to see” Pelosi’s bill.  (Reuters)

Rockland County New York’s measles outbreak is over, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but there’s a caveat: no new cases can be reported before October 1, or the U.S. will lose its “measles elimination status.” The status can be rescinded if an area of a country faces an outbreak for 12 months. (Axios)

Annual premiums for employer-provided health coverage for a family increased by 5% this year, reaching an average of $20,576, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. The poll also found that employees paid almost 30% of the cost, on average, while employers covered the remainder. (Kaiser Health News)