Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin has shown ‘remarkable improvement’ since suffering cardiac arrest and his agent said the safety is awake. The Bills released an update on Hamlin’s status from his doctors Thursday morning, noting that he remains critically ill but appears to be neurologically intact. (ESPN)

Sen. Bob Casey, (D-Pa.), announced he has prostate cancer. “I am confident that my recommended course of treatment will allow me to continue my service in the 118th Congress with minimal disruption, and I look forward to the work ahead,” he said. (Axios)

Johnson & Johnson filed for an IPO of its consumer health division Kenvue. The company will list the consumer healthcare division on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol KVUE. (TheStreet)

Gigi Jordan, the ex-pharma exec who killed her son with autism and then was sprung from prison, was found dead. Jordan, a pharma executive, had admitted to giving her 8-year-old son, Jude, a lethal dose of medications with a syringe in a hotel room in 2010. She then took multiple medications herself and emailed a relative who alerted authorities. (People)

Walgreens said it will pause M&A deals and focus on its newer healthcare businesses. Shares of the company fell over 6% after same-store sales at its pharmacy business missed expectations in the first quarter, and as it reported a quarterly loss versus a year-ago profit due to a $6.5 billion opioid-related litigation charge. (Reuters)