California has sued Purdue Pharma, alleging that the marketing and sale of the drug OxyContin contributed to the U.S. opioid epidemic. Purdue settled a lawsuit brought by Oklahoma last month for $270 million. (Los Angeles Times)

Apple showed off new health features for Apple Watch at its annual developer conference on Monday. The wearable device will be able to track women’s menstrual cycles and warn users if noise has approached a level that could be detrimental to their hearing. (CNBC)

Authorities reported 41 new U.S. measles cases last week, bringing the national total to 981 for this year, the most in any full year since 1992. The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention once again on Monday reassured parents that vaccines are safe. (Reuters)

Quest Diagnostics warned that the personal information of nearly 12 million customers may have been compromised. The company said on Monday that an unauthorized user gained access to a database used by one of Quest’s vendors. Potentially compromised information may have included Social Security numbers and other personal information but not test results. (CNN)

The Food and Drug Administration said it wants to give cancer patients easier access to experimental drugs. The government agency will make itself a middleman of sorts, quickly assigning a staffer to cases, instead of asking doctors to make the case to drugmakers and the FDA. (Associated Press)