(This story has been posted on The Wall Street Journal Online's Health Blog at http://blogs.wsj.com/health.) By Jonathan D. Rockoff Here's what's making health news this morning: Supreme Court Expected to Issue Health-Care Ruling Thursday (WSJ): The Court's decision could spark companies to file lawsuits seeking to recoup the billions of dollars that they had already spent under the law's requirements. Pharmacists Gaining Influence (WSJ). Pharmacists are taking a more active role advising patients and making sure they take their medicines, because primary-care doctors are busy and in short supply. The Dial-Up Heart: Heading Off Device Trouble (WSJ): Remote monitoring is available in nearly all of the defibrillators made for the U.S. market by Medtronic, Boston Scientific Corp. and St. Jude Medical Inc. Nevertheless, device makers and some cardiologists say doctors have been slow to make wireless defibrillator monitoring a cornerstone of their practice. Loss of Valuable Tissue Sets Back Autism Research (NYT). A malfunctioning freezer has led to the loss of valuable brain tissue from autism patients, hurting the ability of researchers to probe the roots of the condition. Blood Supply at Dangerously Low Levels (ABC News): The American Red Cross reports 50,000 fewer blood donations than expected for June, down more than 10%, probably because of the early heat wave and the onset of summer vacations. Moderate Exercise Correlates with Lower Breast Cancer Risk (Reuters). A new study, looking at 3,000 women, finds that those who exercised during their child-bearing years were less likely to develop breast cancer after menopause. -For continuously updated news from The Wall Street Journal, see WSJ.com at http://wsj.com.