Montelukast plus fluticasone is equivalent to salmeterol and fluticasone
Undiagnosed angina is a submerged clinical iceberg
The link between maternal smoking and birth weight stops at one generation
Breast feeding and adolescent obesity are not clearly linked
Daycare provision increases mothers in employment but not family income
Impermeable bed covers don't help allergic rhinitis
Interacting with the BMJ to solve clinical problems
Breast feeding and obesity
Intrauterine factors, adiposity, and hyperinsulinaemia
Herbal medicines put into context
Equality for people with disabilities in medicine
When to retract?
Experts regret early cessation of anticancer drug trial
John Reid plans to introduce “patient advisers” into GP surgeries
In brief
Second vCJD patient to receive experimental treatment
MEPs lead demand to get sudden unexplained deaths recognised as a syndrome
Medical injuries in US hospitals cause more than 30 000 deaths each year
Air pollution during warm weather increases risk of stroke
Murderer can be forced to take medication to become sane enough to be executed
The Clausewitz of the NHS
Montelukast and fluticasone compared with salmeterol and fluticasone in protecting against asthma exacerbation in adults: one year, double blind, randomised, comparative trial
Prognosis of angina with and without a diagnosis: 11 year follow up in the Whitehall II prospective cohort study
Effects of grandmothers' smoking in pregnancy on birth weight: intergenerational cohort study
Anthropometry and body composition of 18 year old men according to duration of breast feeding: birth cohort study from Brazil
Breast feeding and obesity in childhood: cross sectional study
Drug points
Effectiveness of out-of-home day care for disadvantaged families: randomised controlled trial
Cervical Chlamydia trachomatis infection
Recent developments in vascular surgery
Submitting articles to the BMJ
A 2 year old child with rash and fever
Commentary: mother's view
Commentary: diagnosis is based on clinical features
Wise words
Commentary: cardiological issues
Commentary: how can general practitioners aid prompt referral?
Commentary: learning to stay vigilant about conditions that are rare but important
Application of Framingham risk estimates to ethnic minorities in United Kingdom and implications for primary prevention of heart disease in general practice: cross sectional population based study
Methylxanthines for exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: meta-analysis of randomised trials
Assisted conception. III—Problems with assisted conception
Doesn't it make you sick
Cochrane at crossroads over drug company sponsorship
Recruiting doctors from poor countries: the great brain robbery?
Commentary: Recruitment is ethical
A prayer
Retraction of paper on maternal diabetes
Third world brain drain
Third world brain drain
Third world brain drain
Third world brain drain
Breast cancer in men
Breast cancer in men
Consistency in anaesthetic care
Consistency in anaesthetic care
Consistency in anaesthetic care
Rate and rhythm are important in critically ill patients
Tuberculin testing before BCG vaccination
Tuberculin testing before BCG vaccination
What happened to evidence in NICE guidance on heart failure?
General practitioners with special clinical interests
General practitioners with special clinical interests
Might money spent on statins be better spent?
Is there an identifiable doctor on board?
John Kevany
Colin Beeton
Harry Ian Lockett
John Herbert Harker Webster
Integrity in Scientific Research: Creating an Environment that Promotes Responsible Conduct
Medicine Before Science: The Business of Medicine from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment
Website launched to expose “tricks” of drug ads
Caught on the wrong foot
Now we are quite old