Too much medicine? : Almost certainly
Health: perception versus observation : Self reported morbidity has severe limitations and can be extremely misleading
The medicalisation of old age : Should be encouraged
Genetics and medicalisation : Genetics could drive a new wave of medicalisation if genetic tests are accepted without appropriate clinical evaluation
Medicalisation, limits to medicine, or never enough money to go around? : Spending on preventive treatments that help a few is unaffordable
Medicalisation: peering from inside medicine : Professionals and lay people should work together to a common purpose
Drug firms hype disease as sales ploy, industry chief claims
Neuroblastoma screening does not reduce mortality
In brief
Claims of clone pregnancy could threaten US stem cell research
Strategy needed for mental health of women prisoners
Dutch GPs warned against new contraceptive pill
Arthritis drug should be removed from market, says consumer group
Scotland to start screening programme for diabetic retinopathy
“Bubble baby” lives a normal life after gene therapy
African Americans are less likely to see an oncologist, study shows
Medicare will now cover some treatments for Alzheimer's disease
Outcome of expectant management of spontaneous first trimester miscarriage: observational study
Treatment of imported malaria in an ambulatory setting: prospective study
Commentary: Should patients with imported malaria routinely be admitted?
Hepatitis B immunisation in renal units in the United Kingdom: questionnaire study
Workplace bullying in junior doctors: questionnaire survey
Neuropsychiatric complications of nevirapine treatment
Evolving general practice consultation in Britain: issues of length and context
In search of “non-disease”
The best part of the cure
Selling sickness: the pharmaceutical industry and disease mongering
Commentary: Medicalisation of risk factors
On music
Has the medicalisation of childbirth gone too far?
Zambia needs basic medicines and HIV education
Sexual behaviour and its medicalisation: in sickness and in health
The limits of psychiatry
Medicalization
Between hope and acceptance: the medicalisation of dying
Trapped between two evils
Direct to consumer advertising is medicalising normal human experience
Disability and cure
New manuscript submission system: fast track papers only
More on music
Direct to consumer advertising is medicalising normal human experience: Against
What do you think is a non-disease? : Pros and cons of medicalisation
What do you think is a non-disease? : Compiling list of non-diseases is medical arrogance
What do you think is a non-disease? : Defining non-diseases to avoid medicalisation is throwing the baby out with the bath water
What do you think is a non-disease? : Labels create legitimacy and produce dependence
What do you think is a non-disease? : Diet, lifestyle, exercise, spirituality, and the search for meaning are ignored at our peril
What do you think is a non-disease? : Summary of responses
Editorial on CFS was biased, inaccurate, and misleading
Gulf war syndrome may be post-conflict dysfunction
ICD and DSM are contemporary cultural documents
Non-cardiac chest pain : Patients need diagnoses
Non-cardiac chest pain : Rapid access clinics lead to deskilling of general practitioners
Hormone replacement therapy and the breast : Studies must determine the evidence
Hormone replacement therapy and the breast : Women still want to have hormone replacement therapy
Hormone replacement therapy and the breast : Author's reply
Schizophrenia in ethnic minority groups : Selection bias in prevalence data is difficult to rule out
Schizophrenia in ethnic minority groups : Authors' reply
Antiplatelet therapy and atherosclerotic events : Commentary is inaccurate
Antiplatelet therapy and atherosclerotic events : Risks and patients' values need to be included in decision about aspirin for prevention of coronary heart disease
Fortification of flour with folic acid : Fortification has several potential risks
Fortification of flour with folic acid : Fortification is needed now
Treatment of intersex needs open discussion
Doctors' knowledge of radiation exposures is deficient
Prevalence of surnames in each letter affects order of authors
Sir Anthony Alment
John Abels
Barbara Ansell
Donald Walter Clark
Jill Draper
Duraiswami Gaspar
Christopher Giles
Rodney Irwin Green
Sydney Patrick Hall-Smith
John Maguire Lyons
Ronald Victor Walley
The Change: Women, Ageing and the Menopause
Limits to Medicine. Medical Nemesis: The Expropriation of Health
Disease–Mongers: How Doctors, Drug Companies, and Insurers are Making You Feel Sick
How medicine sells the media
Death, sex, and gardening
Accountability
Back to school
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