The Food and Drug Administration has restricted the use of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine. The agency’s decision is designed to mitigate the risk of blood clots linked to the vaccine. (Politico)

Yelp, Amazon and Citigroup are among a growing group of companies offering to help cover costs for employees who seek abortions in another state. “In order to safeguard employees and make sure that they can get the healthcare that they need, no matter what state they live in, we need a benefit like this,” Yelp’s chief diversity officer Miriam Warren said. (Reuters)

Telehealth startup Cerebral will stop prescribing Adderall to new patients with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The startup has faced increasing scrutiny over its Adderall prescribing practices, with one lawsuit alleging Cerebral prioritized growth over patient safety. (The Wall Street Journal)

Federal prisons barely used Paxlovid and the other COVID-19 medications they received from the Biden administration, internal records show. Only 363 doses of antivirals have been prescribed among the 55,000 people in federal prisons who were infected with COVID-19. (STAT)

Illumina and Deerfield are partnering to identify new therapeutic targets. The move signals Illumina’s broader step to delve into drug discovery. (Endpoints News)