Ariz Senate Repeals 1864 Abortion Ban, Netanyahu to Blinken: No Hostages for Permanent Ceasefire

<<<====" italicizedText"> The Ariz Senate has repealed a Civil War-era law that banned almost all abortions, in a bipartisan vote. The bill now only needs the signature of Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs to become law, which is seen as likely. In other abortion news, protesters have been arrested at several university campuses across the U.S. after police cleared protest encampments.

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has told U.S. Secretary of State Blinken that a hostage deal will not be part of a permanent cessation of Israel's attacks on Gaza. In other words, Israel will not stop its offensive unless it gets hostages back.

Several American universities are on edge after police entered campuses where pro-Palestinian demonstrators had erected encampments and seized academic buildings, leading to arrests.

The Wall Street Journal has concluded that keeping and maintaining an old car is cheaper than buying a new one.

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Prospective observational study of peripheral intravenous cannula utilisation and frequency of intravenous fluid delivery in the emergency department: convenience or necessity?

Introduction Over one billion peripheral intravenous cannulas (PIVCs) are inserted worldwide each year. Insertion of PIVCs is associated with pain, phlebitis, occlusion, and medication extravasation as well as the risk of catheter-associated infection, with an associated cost to departmental resources. Previous studies have not assessed if intravenous (IV) fluid delivery