Google gathered health data from millions through a secret project. The effort, dubbed “Project Nightingale,” started last year when Google partnered with health system Ascension to collect information like lab results, doctor diagnoses, hospitalization records and even patient names and birth dates. (Wall Street Journal)

Kaiser Permanente named EVP and group president Greg Adams as interim CEO after the unexpected death on Sunday of chief executive Bernard Tyson at age 60. Tyson spent 34 years at the company and had been its CEO since 2013. (CNBC)

Private equity firm KKR has made an offer to buy Walgreens. The drug store chain has been seeking a buyer to take the company private. KKR previously owned Alliance Boots, the European company that merged with Walgreens in 2014. (Bloomberg)

Merck has won approval for its Ebola vaccine in Europe. Branded Ervebo, it is the first vaccine to prevent Ebola. It has already been used to stop the spread of the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. (Reuters)

President Donald Trump is planning to meet with key members of the vaping industry this week. Trump tweeted that he will meet with vaping executives, along with medical experts and state representatives ahead of an expected announcement about vaping this week. (Reuters)