Antibiotics for acute bronchitis : Four reviews and still no answers: our clinical definitions are at fault
Injury prevention in people with disabilities : Risks can be minimised without unduly restricting activities
Do we need specialist adolescent units in hospitals? : Possibly
Haematuria in asymptomatic individuals : It is often caused by inherited thinning of the glomerular membrane
Effectiveness, efficiency, and NICE : A NICE start but evidence costs money
Obesity and inactivity fuel global cancer epidemic
Stresses on women doctors may cause higher suicide risk
In brief
German heart surgeon denies corruption
Scientists solve mystery of volcano's “natural deaths”
Holland decriminalises voluntary euthanasia
Hungary curbs drug company advertising
Former Treasury adviser weighs in against PFI
Canada acts on marijuana and tobacco
Bladder cancer risk higher for women smokers
Early growth and coronary heart disease in later life: longitudinal study
Requests for electroencephalography in a district general hospital: retrospective and prospective audit
National survey of use of hospital beds by adolescents aged 12 to 19 in the United Kingdom
Anaemia in Chinese, South Asian, and European populations in Newcastle upon Tyne: cross sectional study
Avoid the British winter
Perspective in medical education
How private finance is moving primary care into corporate ownership
Will primary care trusts lead to US-style health care?
Spectacled soldiers
Oh? Why?
Hip fracture
Tonic seizures are a particular risk factor for drowning in people with epilepsy
Cardiovascular risk factors and their effects on the decision to treat hypertension: evidence based review
Fat as a factor in politics
Blood pressure measurement : Part I—Sphygmomanometry: factors common to all techniques
Should we screen for type 2 diabetes? Evaluation against National Screening Committee criteria
Interpreting the results of secondary end points and subgroup analyses in clinical trials: should we lock the crazy aunt in the attic?
Estimating cardiovascular risk for primary prevention: outstanding questions for primary care
This Week in the BMJ
Personal view
Writing
Not reading and signing letters you have dictated is dangerous
Hospital league tables : There are lies, damn lies, and hospital statistics
Hospital league tables : Analysis is flawed
Opportunity may be more important than profession in serial homicide
“Old age” should not be acceptable on death certificates
Headache after diagnostic lumbar puncture : Using 20 gauge needle is blunderbuss technique
Headache after diagnostic lumbar puncture : Smaller is better where needles are concerned
Headache after diagnostic lumbar puncture : Authors should have used smaller gauge needles
Headache after diagnostic lumbar puncture : Author's reply
Headache after diagnostic lumbar puncture : Doctor given intrathecal methotrexate had headache when 20 gauge standard needle was used
Strengthening governance for global health research : Improved undergraduate and postgraduate training may raise awareness
Strengthening governance for global health research : Ways of getting vitamin A to children in developing countries have to be improved
Ranitidine and gastrointestinal bleeding in intensive care : Should prophylaxis against stress ulcer be abandoned for patients in intensive care?
Ranitidine and gastrointestinal bleeding in intensive care : Occult blood loss is clinically important
Glycated haemoglobin, diabetes, and mortality in men : Maybe disturbance in physiological mechanisms regulating blood glucose is risk factor for cardiovascular death
Glycated haemoglobin, diabetes, and mortality in men : Analytical information is required for generalisation of data
Glycated haemoglobin, diabetes, and mortality in men : Authors' reply
Glycated haemoglobin, diabetes, and mortality in men : Medicine is now using diagnostic criteria rather than reference ranges
Catheterisation in elderly women is no “easy” option
Weekend binge drinking may be linked to Monday peaks in cardiovascular deaths
Fillers can transform people's lives
Invalid health information is potentially lethal
Talal Salim Al-Chalabi
Marjorie Marie Barr
Anthony George Freeman
Thomas Gardner
Eustace Christopher Poulton
Cultures of Creativity
Jackson Ward
Conquering Anorexia: The Route to Recovery
Adolescents and health
To diet for
Under cover
Can I choose the cause of my death?
Sorry to bother you but . . .
Minerva