Evidence doesn't support routine use of multivitamins
Quetiapine and rivastigmine may not work for dementia
Mode of delivery doesn't affect postnatal depression
Young people's health needs action
The shift of funding should not hamper joint approaches
Learn how to critically appraise cohort studies
Popular diets are equally effective for losing weight
Say no to the free lunch
The influence of big pharma
Reducing mortality in myocardial infarction
Drugs for Alzheimer's disease and related dementias
Human and veterinary medicine
Treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis
NHS is failing to reap benefit of new technologies, MPs say
Mother convicted of killing her children is freed on appeal
In brief
Pfizer is asked to suspend sales of painkiller
Wet nursing increases risk of HIV infection among babies
Some countries will not achieve millennium development goals for health by 2015, WHO says
Scientists develop prototype of more sensitive test for cancer
New rules drive off NIH researchers
Attempts to contain Marburg disease epidemic have limited effect
French doctors go on strike to demand reintroduction of compulsory out of hours work
MPs call for free personal care for elderly people
People with mild asthma can control symptoms without daily steroids
US teenagers think oral sex isn't real sex
“Fighting spirit” after cancer diagnosis does not improve outcome
Drug company is reprimanded by UK regulator
US black women are less likely to have genetic tests for breast cancer
A kinder, gentler age
Short cuts
“Frequent flier” patients
What's new this month in BMJ Journals
Role of multivitamins and mineral supplements in preventing infections in elderly people: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
Quetiapine and rivastigmine and cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease: randomised double blind placebo controlled trial
A feasibility study of signed consent for the collection of patient identifiable information for a national paediatric clinical audit database
Operative delivery and postnatal depression: a cohort study
Shared help seeking behaviour within families: a retrospective cohort study
When less is more
The patient's journey: multiple sclerosis
Postoperative hypoxia in a woman with Down's syndrome: case progression
A life threatening complication after colonoscopy
Journalists accused of wrecking doctors' lives
Endpiece: A Wish
Clinical skills
Suicide and deliberate self harm in young people
An unusual interview
Reader's guide to critical appraisal of cohort studies: 1. Role and design
Good advice
Improving diet and physical activity: 12 lessons from controlling tobacco smoking
Young people's health: the need for action
Access controls on bmj.com
Access controls on bmj.com
Access controls on bmj.com
Switching prescription drugs to over the counter
Switching prescription drugs to over the counter
Switching prescription drugs to over the counter
Switching prescription drugs to over the counter
Direct to consumer marketing
Direct to consumer marketing
Mapping choice in the NHS
Mapping choice in the NHS
Rising healthcare costs, equity, and electoral success constitute trio of tensions
We must argue against choice
Chris Pallis
Patricia Anne Doran
William Walton Gooddy
Chakanambarth Mutteriyil Gopinath
Abul Faiz Ahmed Khalid
Peter Sanderson
Marjorie Bernelle Thumpston (née Curties)
Confronting an Ill Society: David Widgery, General Practice, Idealism and the Chase for Change
Bullet Boy
Confessions of a drug rep
Die another day
The hazards of good memory
Good morning Iraq