Protecting breast feeding from breast milk substitutes : The WHO code is widely violated and needs monitoring and supporting
Neurological channelopathies : Dysfunctional ion channels may cause many neurological diseases
Antidepressant discontinuation reactions : Are preventable and simple to treat
Doctors in training : wasteful and inefficient?
Rehabilitation for older people : At risk in the new NHS
The BMJ's website scales up : Now it provides free access to full text
Trial supports earlier screening for Down's syndrome
MPs seek more research funding
In brief
First pill for male impotence approved in US
Inquiry into genetic modification of crops
WHO reaffirms commitment to women's health
Australian government launches inquiry into healthcare system
WHO identifies 16 countries struggling to control tuberculosis : Correction
Surgeon blamed beginner's bad luck for cardiac deaths
Lifeguards at risk of respiratory symptoms
Health action zones set up
Sackings and strikes paralyse Nicaraguan health care
Companies still breaking milk marketing code
US eases sanctions on Cuba
The internet and the developing world
Violations of the international code of marketing of breast milk substitutes : prevalence in four countries
Open randomised study of use of levonorgestrel releasing intrauterine system as alternative to hysterectomy
Open randomised study of use of levonorgestrel releasing intrauterine system as alternative to hysterectomy : Commentary
Baseline serum cholestanol as predictor of recurrent coronary events in subgroup of Scandinavian simvastatin survival study
Risk factors for coronary heart disease and infection with Helicobacter pylori : meta-analysis of 18 studies
Growth hormone as a risk for premature mortality in healthy subjects : data from the Paris prospective study
Endpiece : A problem often confronting editors
Randomised controlled trial of the READER method of critical appraisal in general practice
First myocardial infarction in patients of Indian subcontinent and European origin : comparison of risk factors, management, and long term outcome
Obituaries : Correction
Communication among health professionals : Correction
Randomised comparison of cost effectiveness of guided self management and traditional treatment of asthma in Finland
A lesson learnt : Common things are common
Fortnightly review : The role of nuclear medicine in clinical investigation
ABC of allergies : Allergy and the skin. I-Urticaria
A memorable patient : The gentleman crook
Personal paper : Ethics and evidence based medicine
Framework for analysing risk and safety in clinical medicine
One hundred years ago : Puffin Island biological station
Reducing the risk of nosocomial HIV infection in British health workers working overseas : role of post-exposure prophylaxis
Coping with loss : Blindness and loss of other sensory and cognitive functions
A memorable patient : The guiding hand
Many climate change scientists do not agree that global warming is happening
BMJ is second most popular journal among surgeons
Preventing RhD haemolytic disease of the newborn : RhD negative women who have intrauterine death may need anti-D immunoglobulin
Preventing RhD haemolytic disease of the newborn : Guidelines are not followed in many cases
Preventing RhD haemolytic disease of the newborn : Women should be counselled about source of anti-D immunoglobulin
Preventing RhD haemolytic disease of the newborn : New recommendations must be explained to GPs and midwives
Medline and Embase complement each other in literature searches
What investigations and procedures do patients in hospices want : Providing ineffective treatment is futile
What investigations and procedures do patients in hospices want : Patients with untreatable cancer almost never survive cardiopulmonary resuscitation
What investigations and procedures do patients in hospices want : Doctors are under no legal obligation to provide ineffective treatment
What investigations and procedures do patients in hospices want : Questions to patients and nurses should have been identical
What investigations and procedures do patients in hospices want : Responses are not comparing like with like
What investigations and procedures do patients in hospices want : Responses are not comparing like with like
Culyer reforms will create new opportunities for research
Clinician scientists face difficult future
Early discharge after stroke : Use of Barthel index was not appropriate
Early discharge after stroke : Use of Barthel index was not appropriate
Basing resource allocation formulas on standardised mortality ratios would be wrong
Are part time doctors better doctors? : Doctors need flexible training and flexible jobs
Are part time doctors better doctors? : Service depends on teamwork
Are part time doctors better doctors? : Fulfilled doctors are better doctors
Are part time doctors better doctors? : Continuity of care is likely to suffer
More patients should be excluded from being tissue donors
Acute excited states and sudden death : Death after restraint can be avoided
Acute excited states and sudden death : Acute excited states are not caused by high blood concentrations of cocaine
Many third molar teeth are probably removed unnecessarily in Sandwell
Ernest Colin-Russ
Nina Lettice Dix Dulake (nee Robertson)
Margaret Elizabeth Evans
Arthur Blair Griffiths
Gladys Hill
William Pierce ("Tim") Kelly
Ian Wilson Kerr
Michael McCahey
James Wallace Mann
Sidney Mottershead
Alistair Ian Macintosh Neill
Maurice O'Donnell
Michael Colin Shannon
Is this your first time too?
Grandma's been in prison
Medicine Now RIP
Health care for older people : Community care of older people
The National Health Service : A Political History
Minerva