Does exposure to landfill waste harm the fetus? : Perhaps, but more evidence is needed
Improving endothelial vasomotor function : May reduce cardiovascular risk, but the current evidence is circumstantial
Bacteriotherapy: the time has come : Bacterial interference is an increasingly attractive approach to prevention and therapy
Phytoestrogen therapy for menopausal symptoms? : There's no good evidence that it's any better than placebo
Referral of Dr Peter Mansfield to the GMC : Worcestershire Health Authority is wrong
President Bush sidesteps critics in stem cell debate
“Flying” vacuum cleaners are among hazards in MRI suites
In brief
Trust defends decision to retain private beds at Heart Hospital
“Video pill” may supplement standard endoscopy
Exercise and diet reduce risk of diabetes, US study shows
Bayer decides to withdraw cholesterol lowering drug
UK government launches anti-tobacco campaign for Asians
Why a 1940s medical committee should not be forgotten
Mortality and smoking in Hong Kong: case-control study of all adult deaths in 1998
Those who sit and wait
Risk of adverse birth outcomes in populations living near landfill sites
My only sermon
Maternal and paternal age at delivery, birth order, and risk of childhood onset type 1 diabetes: population based cohort study
Is it possible to exclude a diagnosis of myocardial damage within six hours of admission to an emergency department? Diagnostic cohort study
Targeting deprived areas within small areas in Scotland: population study
Risk of macular degeneration in users of statins: cross sectional study
Antenatal detection of HIV: national surveillance and unlinked anonymous survey
Prescribing new drugs: qualitative study of influences on consultants and general practitioners
The Siege of Mafeking from a medical point of view
Corticosteroid injections in tendon lesions
Causes of haematuria in adult polycystic kidney disease
ABC of AIDS: Development of the epidemic
Best when old
The distinction between withdrawing life sustaining treatment under the influence of paralysing agents and euthanasia
The distinction between withdrawing life sustaining treatment under the influence of paralysing agents and euthanasia : Are we treading a fine line?
The distinction between withdrawing life sustaining treatment under the influence of paralysing agents and euthanasia : Paralysing agents may be given up to but not at or beyond the point of extubation
The distinction between withdrawing life sustaining treatment under the influence of paralysing agents and euthanasia : The parents' perspective on withdrawing treatment
The distinction between withdrawing life sustaining treatment under the influence of paralysing agents and euthanasia : The doctrine of double effect is difficult but not impossible to apply
Mann-Whitney test is not just a test of medians: differences in spread can be important
Attendee
Forest plots: trying to see the wood and the trees
Prevention of type 2 diabetes
Hormonal markers of susceptibility to sexually transmitted infections: are we taking them seriously?
European consensus on cancer screening should be applied urgently by health ministers
End points for predicting coronary risk must be clarified
Medically unexplained symptoms in secondary care : Doctors in secondary care should respect general practitioners
Medically unexplained symptoms in secondary care : Unexplained symptoms may reflect overstretched service
Medically unexplained symptoms in secondary care : People with somatic symptoms may be medically misunderstood
National guidelines are needed to provide sanitary facilities in primary schools
Unvalidated blood pressure devices with small cuffs are being used in hospitals
Respectful storage of dead patients needs to be addressed
Difference in blood pressure between arms might reflect peripheral vascular disease
“High” ear piercing and perichondritis of the pinna
Sex inequalities in ischaemic heart disease in primary care : Clinical decision making is not necessarily guided by prejudice
Sex inequalities in ischaemic heart disease in primary care : Designating sex specific total cholesterol targets may be useful
Sex inequalities in ischaemic heart disease in primary care : Inhouse clinics may help better to manage patients with heart disease
Do we need specialist units for adolescents in hospitals? : Such units are valuable in Australia
Do we need specialist units for adolescents in hospitals? : Young schizophrenic patients need specialist care
Reducing psychotropic drugs reduces falls in elderly people
Will we all continue to ignore deaths and injuries from road traffic crashes?
Advising smokers to quit: baling out Titanic with teaspoon
Peter Michael Burridge
Alfred Henry Dawes
Ramji Gautam
Robert John Grove-White
Ernest Harold Carr Harper
Richard Corfield Howard
Kathleen Scott
Hamish Watson
James Wightman
Gregory Cain Williams
Human Frontiers, Environments and Disease: Past Patterns, Uncertain Futures
Bodies Politic: Disease, Death and Doctors in Britain, 1650-1900
Scions made simple
Landfill sites
The price isn't right
Alphabet soups
Minerva
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