Sanofi said it expects a positive boost from currency markets in Q3. The French pharma company reports results denominated in the euro currency, and would therefore benefit from an increase in the value of the U.S. dollar against the euro, on sales it makes in the U.S. (Reuters)

The Food and Drug Administration released a final guidance to regulate AI tools used to monitor and identify sepsis as medical devices. The tools being developed by several companies aim to help hospitals identify sepsis sooner, though the tools have historically had shortcomings needing oversight. (STAT News)

A new study showed that COVID-19 vaccines can affect a woman’s menstrual cycle. Vaccinated people experienced, on average, about a one-day delay in getting their periods, compared with those who hadn’t been vaccinated. (The Washington Post)

Instacart said it plans to expand its EBT SNAP program and enable TANF payments. Instacart made the announcement as part of the launch of “Instacart Health,” which is a new initiative designed to deliver ingredients for healthy living. (Yahoo! Finance)

Katie Couric announced she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. In a post on her website, Couric urged her audience to get annual mammograms, noting “please find out if you need additional screening.” (CNN)