Overconsumption of fluids by athletes
Sharing patient information electronically throughout the NHS
Acute psychiatric day hospitals
Girls are less likely to survive infancy in India
School exam results predict success in medicine
Alzheimer's disease may be prevented with NSAIDs
Knee taping reduces symptoms associated with osteoarthritis
First WHO treaty tackles international tobacco control
Oral clindamycin for asymptomatic bacterial vaginosis in early pregnancy reduces premature births
The pleasures of deep reading
Hospital ratings rise, but ambulance ratings fall
In brief
Lords committee warns of gaps in infection control measures
Hypertension is increasing in United States
New patients' forums are no substitute for community health councils, MPs say
Food industry obfuscates healthy eating message
Investigators should be trained to “think dirty” about cause of death, Shipman report says
HIV testing should not be used to restrict access to UK, report says
Women may ovulate two or three times a month
BMJ family highlights
Community based retrospective study of sex in infant mortality in India
Effect of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on risk of Alzheimer's disease: systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies
Prevalence of five common clinical abnormalities in very elderly people: population based cross sectional study
Longevity and carrying the C282Y mutation for haemochromatosis on the HFE gene: case control study of 492 French centenarians
The prolongation of life
Mental health of refugee children: comparative study
Efficacy of knee tape in the management of osteoarthritis of the knee: blinded randomised controlled trial
A levels and intelligence as predictors of medical careers in UK doctors: 20 year prospective study
Cirrhosis: new research provides a basis for rational and targeted treatments
Interaction of spironolactone with ACE inhibitors or angiotensin receptor blockers: analysis of 44 cases
New developments in percutaneous coronary intervention
Submitting articles to the BMJ
WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control: development of an evidence based global public health treaty
The wife who commands
Separation of anxiety and depressive disorders: blind alley in psychopharmacology and classification of disease
Severe acute respiratory syndrome: patients were epidemiologically linked
Cost effectiveness analysis of different approaches of screening for familial hypercholesterolaemia
Managing pulmonary embolism
Appraisal makes for effective revalidation (official)
Cervical cancer screening: Liquid based cytology may be preferred option for UK screening programme
Cervical cancer screening: Liquid based cytology is successful
Cervical cancer screening: Paragraph for This week in the BMJ was misleading
Cervical cancer screening: Authors' reply
Evaluating computerised health information systems: Opportunities were missed
Evaluating computerised health information systems: Article contains inaccuracies
Evaluating computerised health information systems: Health professionals should be closely involved in implementation
Evaluating computerised health information systems: We are still getting information technology wrong
Impact of DOTS and DOTS-plus on multidrug resistant TB: DOTS-plus strengthens, not weakens, DOTS programmes
Impact of DOTS and DOTS-plus on multidrug resistant TB: Authors' reply
TB should be diagnosed before using a fluoroquinolone
Comparing cannabis with tobacco: Arithmetic does not add up
Comparing cannabis with tobacco: Those who start taking cannabis young have the greatest problems
Comparing cannabis with tobacco: Services are needed for acute and chronic effects of cannabis
British Heart Foundation speaks out in support of paper
Terminology for our times: Others will have similar examples
Terminology for our times: Excluding every diagnosis is not necessary
Terminology for our times: Not just imaging is concerned
Terminology for our times: “Lucragram” is well known term
Teaching materials should enhance the spoken word
Belding Scribner
David Douglas French
David Jenkins
John Keith Merritt
Peter Royston Rawle
Michael Taylor Stather-Dunn
John Horatio Swan
John Woodall
Caring for Jewish Patients
The Miraculous Fever Tree: Malaria, Medicine and the Cure that Changed the World
The first world's role in the third world brain drain
Are HIV positive asylum seekers an unfair burden on the NHS?