Walgreens said it won’t distribute abortion pills in some states where they remain legal. The decision is the latest to demonstrate how widely abortion access can vary state to state in a post-Roe America. (Politico)

A Kentucky religious event possibly exposed an estimated 20,000 people to measles. On February 24, Asbury University released a statement saying state officials confirmed a case of measles in a Jessamine county resident. According to the university, the resident was unvaccinated and had attended the revival on February 18. (The Guardian)

Long COVID is associated with a significantly increased risk of death, heart and lung problems, a recent study found. Those with long Covid were also roughly two times more likely to experience cardiovascular events including arrhythmias, stroke, heart failure and coronary artery disease. (CNN)

Industry leaders said it’s ‘harder to find homes’ as the latest wave of biotech layoffs could test companies. A quarters-long flurry of layoffs has caused thousands of workers in life sciences to go hunting for their next position sooner than expected, and the latest wave could make it more difficult to get new offers in hand in short order. (Endpoints News)

Praxis Precision Medicines shares hit a 52-week low after its ulixacaltamide primary endpoint missed statistical significance. The Boston-based clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company said that in the trial, ulixacaltamide-treated participants showed improvement in the primary efficacy endpoint, but the change from baseline to the 56th day in the study’s modified Activities of Daily Living score didn’t reach statistical significance. (MarketWatch)