The FDA has launched its first e-cigarette prevention ads on television. Taking a page out of anti-cigarette campaigns, the push highlights the dangers of e-cigarette use. It also features magician Julius Dein, who turns a vaping device into a cigarette to highlight the fact that teens who use the products are more likely to start smoking traditional cigarettes. (Engadget)

Healthline surpassed WebMD in terms of monthly visitors for the first time in June. Healthline racked up 81.3 million visitors last month, besting WebMD’s 75.9 million and pushing Healthline into the top 40 sites on the internet, according to Comscore. (MM&M)

The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first generics for nerve pain treatment Lyrica. The federal agency signed off on nine generic versions of Lyrica, which is Pfizer’s second-best-selling drug with 2018 sales of $4.6 billion. (Associated Press)

Twenty-five new measles cases were reported in the U.S. last week. The record number of measles cases in a year once again increased, this time to 1,148. New cases were recorded in Ohio and Alaska, increasing the number of states with measles cases to 30. (Reuters)

Johnson & Johnson began making its case on Monday that thousands of lawsuits alleging its baby powder causes ovarian cancer should be dismissed. The pre-trial process, known as Daubert hearings, determine what evidence can be presented to juries during a trial. (CNBC)