Cones explain mechanism of embolism
Doctors could retrain as Polymeal chefs or wine advisers
Magnetic bracelets may relieve hip and knee pain
Getting to Mars is no picnic
Sources of diagnostic criteria don't withstand scrutiny
Body donors are respected in Thailand
Design a Polymeal
Please Santa, bring me freedom
New Year's resolutions
Out of body experiences and their neural basis
Treatment of homosexuality during apartheid
Climate change and risk to health
Getting well from water
In my chosen doctor I trust
Lifting the fog of uncertainty from the practice of medicine
Effect of democracy on health: ecological study
Politics as a determinant of health
Lifestyle, health, and health promotion in Nazi Germany
Is democracy good for people's health? A South African perspective
The Hooper's bed
Effect of restricted freedom on health in China
Lessons from health during the transition from communism
Transatlantic divide in publication of content relevant to developing countries
Did the US boycott of French products spread to include scientific output?
The Poohsticks phenomenon
Modelling emboli with floating fir cones
A Fee-Nom-in-Hum and an Expotition
A conflict of interest?
A precious case from Middle Earth
The Decameron of poor research
An awkward patient
The next small step
Retroactive prayer: lots of history, not much mystery, and no science
The Polymeal: a more natural, safer, and probably tastier (than the Polypill) strategy to reduce cardiovascular disease by more than 75%
Randomised controlled trial of magnetic bracelets for relieving pain in osteoarthritis of the hip and knee
Colourful new use for a word
Cadavers as teachers: the dissecting room experience in Thailand
The relentless therapeutic imperative
Mind over matter?
A field guide to experts
A sign of the times
Polymyositis, invasion of non-necrotic muscle fibres, and the art of repetition
Meeting mania 2004
How to get your paper rejected
Can the human eye detect an offside position during a football match?
An unusual complication of Kocher's manoeuvre
Easy ways to resist change in medicine
The doctor and his pheasant
The fine art of patient-doctor relationships
Memories aren't made of this: amnesia at the movies
A patient's view of central serous retinopathy
Killing me softly: myth in pharmaceutical advertising
Accepting what we can learn from advertising's mirror of desire
“I recognise myself in that situation...” Using photographs to encourage reflection in general practitioners
Data protection gone too far: questionnaire survey of patients' and visitors' views about having their names displayed in hospital
The Sick Dürer—a Renaissance prototype pain map
Can you tell your clunis from your cubitus? A benchmark for functional imaging
Skoda's fool
A fool such as I
Thanks to the experienced patient
The fog of expectation
An easy operation gone wrong
A call I never made
No time to talk
Eat healthily, eat well