Secret government : the Scott report
The nature of general practice : Yes to traditional values must mean no to fundholding and managerial ambitions
Declining sperm counts : Environmental chemicals may be to blame
Flavonoids and heart disease : Evidence of benefit still fragmentary
Triggering a heart attack : Compensation may be justified after physical exertion but not emotional upset
Japan apologises for HIV infected blood products
Doctors shun Canada's blood inquiry
Headlines
French bishops ease ban on condoms
Italian doctors in torchlight march
Sparks fly over electromagnetic link with cancer
New Zealand doctors resist emergency contraception
Dr Kevorkian on trial again
India concerned at export of genetic material
Government faces genetics challenge
British GPs call for pricing on out of hours
Early fundholders quit after cash crisis
Dutch doctors oppose new euthanasia proposals
Belgian doctors face computer monitoring
Focus : Washington
Evidence of deteriorating semen quality in the United Kingdom : birth cohort study in 577 men in Scotland over 11 years
Time series analysis of sperm concentration in fertile men in Toulouse, France between 1977 and 1992
Randomised comparison of oestrogen versus oestrogen plus progestogen hormone replacement therapy in women with hysterectomy
Flavonoid intake and coronary mortality in Finland : a cohort study
Prescribing and hospital admissions for asthma in east London
Case-control analysis of bone resorption markers, disability, and hip fracture risk : the Rotterdam study
Outlook for survivors of childhood in sub-Saharan Africa : adult mortality in Tanzania
Upper airways obstruction in 153 consecutive patients presenting with thyroid enlargement
General practitioner's management of acute back pain : a survey of reported practice compared with clinical guidelines
Explaining variations in general practice prescribing costs per ASTRO-PU (age, sex, and temporary resident originated prescribing unit)
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO : EARLY RISING AS A CAUSE OF INSANITY.
Effects of routine individual feedback over nine years on general practitioners' requests for tests
Fortnightly Review : Paget's disease of bone
ANY QUESTIONS : Could an Ethiopian with malaria infect North American mosquitos with chloroquine resistant parasites?
Exposing the abuse of Chinese orphans
Lesson of the Week : Retention of drugs in venous access port chamber
A MEMORABLE PATIENT : "The interest"
ABC of General Surgery in Children : ACUTE ABDOMINAL PAIN IN CHILDREN
Children on hunger strike : child abuse or legitimate protest?
In England starving your child would amount to "criminal neglect"
Definitely not legitimate protest, but probably not child abuse either
Autonomy is important but not as important as the "sanctity of life"
AN UNFORTUNATE MISTAKE : A pig in a poke
Derek Richter
Alan Jacobs
Geoffrey Barnett ("Geoff") Burchell
Thomas John ("Tom") Burke
Arthur James ("Jim") Moffett
Katherine Ann Hallidie Smith
Worldwide decline in semen quality might be due to smoking
Sensible drinking : Government's recommendations should be considered as a whole
Sensible drinking : Few people will change their drinking habits in London . . .
Sensible drinking . . . or elsewhere
Sensible drinking : Civil servants should be congratulated for rejecting "whole population theory"
Hepatitis B in the Chinese community in Britain
Effect of paediatric retrieval service on clinical activity
Premature coronary deaths in Asians
Information about prenatal testing does not necessarily increase uptake
One and two view mammography in breast cancer : Are carcinomas detected by one and two view mammography similar?
One and two view mammography in breast cancer : Many subjects in trial were not asked for consent
One and two view mammography in breast cancer : Redefining marginal costs and benefits
One and two view mammography in breast cancer : High detection rates do not necessarily lead to lower mortality
Authors' reply : One and two view mammography in breast cancer
Low weight gain in infancy and suicide in adult life : The evidence doesn't support the theory
Authors' reply : Low weight gain in infancy and suicide in adult life
Steroids in the management of croup : Croup scores are rarely used in general practice
Steroids in the management of croup : Nebulised adrenaline is also useful
Author's reply : Steroids in the management of croup
Deaths of children in house fires
High levels of polyunsaturated fat may inhibit cancer growth
Acoustic neuroma may impair vision
Plasma cholesterol response to dietary saturated fat : Conclusions are based on circular arguments
Authors' reply : Plasma cholesterol response to dietary saturated fat
Effect of detection of depression in general practice : Authors do not give enough information
Effect of detection of depression in general practice : Patients may be receiving inadequate treatment
Effect of detection of depression in general practice : Study had methodological limitations
Authors' reply : Effect of detection of depression in general practice
Increasing the shelf life of review papers
Possible missed diagnosis of syllogomania
The happiest man in the picture
The Troubles
Saddam strikes in the wrong postal district
Does electricity give you cancer?
Introduction to Psychoanalysis : Contemporary Theory and Practice
Why Freud Was Wrong : Sin, Science and Psychoanalysis
Modulation of MHC Antigen Expression and Disease
Qualitative Research in Health Care