Daily doses of multivitamin tablets : Regular consumption will probably do you no good, with a few exceptions
Banning smoking in the workplace : Smoking bans work: so what is the government going to do about it?
Withdrawal of life sustaining treatment : Patients' autonomy and values conflict with the responsibilities of clinicians
The world's most neglected diseases : Ignored by the pharmaceutical industry and by public-private partnerships
Performance league tables : Use of indirect standardisation is inappropriate
Hospitals struggle to cope with stroke care, says royal college
Elderly patients to receive cash to speed up hospital discharge
Scotland pilots new information system on patient outcomes
Oestrogen only HRT increases risk of ovarian cancer
In brief
Indian doctor in protest after using Viagra to save “blue babies”
Shipman murdered more than 200 patients, inquiry finds
Tribespeople win £4.5m damages
Venezuelan project establishes indigenous plant database
21st century heart solution may have a sting in the tail
Prescribed exercise in people with fibromyalgia: parallel group randomised controlled trial
A medical minister in Russia
Effect of smoke-free workplaces on smoking behaviour: systematic review
Alcohol consumption and mortality: modelling risks for men and women at different ages
Analysis of predicted coronary heart disease risk in England based on Framingham study risk appraisal models published in 1991 and 2000
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Science, medicine, and the future: New vaccine development
Unexplained differences in sex ratios at birth in Europe and North America
The waiting time paradox: population based retrospective study of treatment delay and survival of women with endometrial cancer in Scotland
Resource implications and health benefits of primary prevention strategies for cardiovascular disease in people aged 30 to 74: mathematical modelling study
Valuing learners' experience and supporting further growth: educational models to help experienced adult learners in medicine
Human African trypanosomiasis
Two remarkable medical women
Anxiety in medical patients
Anthropology in health research: from qualitative methods to multidisciplinarity
The “jaundice hotline” for the rapid assessment of patients with jaundice
The pharmaceutical industry and disease mongering : The industry works to develop drugs, not diseases
The pharmaceutical industry and disease mongering : Article was insulting to people with osteoporosis
The pharmaceutical industry and disease mongering : Drugs can be good for you too
The pharmaceutical industry and disease mongering : Authors were incorrect in their comments about Osteoporosis Australia
The pharmaceutical industry and disease mongering : It was ever thus
The pharmaceutical industry and disease mongering : Déjà vu all over again
The pharmaceutical industry and disease mongering : Will industry's latest moves promote public health or private profit?
The pharmaceutical industry and disease mongering : Psychiatry should not accept so much commercial sponsorship
The pharmaceutical industry and disease mongering : Authors' reply
Brain drain and health professionals : Is state ownership of health professionals' intellect being proposed?
Brain drain and health professionals : Brain drain disseminates skill and advances science
Brain drain and health professionals : Scientists can promote research relevant to their countries after emigrating
Brain drain and health professionals : Relocation is better term than brain drain
Brain drain and health professionals : Developed countries must say no to trade in medical staff
Cholestatic hepatitis in association with celecoxib : Classification of drug associated liver dysfunction is questionable
Cholestatic hepatitis in association with celecoxib : Authors' reply
BMA president clarifies his message
Post-traumatic psychological distress may present in rheumatology clinics
Adults still account for many deaths from chickenpox
Evaluation of treatments is threatened by EC directive
Rational, cost effective use of investigations : Rising workload and costs in diagnostic departments must be contained
Rational, cost effective use of investigations : Article gave unbalanced view of overuse of diagnostic tests
Rational, cost effective use of investigations : Primary care organisations must take charge of laboratory expenditure
Bravo, brave BMJ, for the rapid response section
John (“Jack”) Angell-James
Anthony Seymour (“Tony”) Barling
Alan Philip Bray
Peter Johnson
Everything I Could Buy on eBay™ about Malaria
Disturbing Ground
Disciplined doctors
Hit parade
Old docs, new tricks
A gross story
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