“Last January, Malcolm Bird took his 1-year-old daughter, Colette, to the local emergency room. His wife had accidentally cut the young girl’s pinky finger while clipping her fingernails, and it had begun to bleed. They were nervous, first-time parents who wanted a doctor’s opinion.” As you might imagine, what they got was a band-aid. As you may or may not have imagined, they also got an absurdly inflated bill. Vox’s Sarah Kliff on the case of the $629 Band-Aid — and what it reveals about American health care.

+ A divided Supreme Court boots the Obamacare contraception case back to lower courts. This thing has been in court so many times it should be called the Judicial Care Act.

+ Everybody Is Constipated, Nobody Is Constipated. That might sound like the title of Metamucil’s new jingle, but it’s actually FiveThirtyEight’s look at the history of constipation which “exists in your head and your heart, as well as in your colon.”

+ PBS Newshour: Boston hospital records first penis transplant in U.S. Doctors predict the patient’s sexual function should return within a few months.