Leukaemia: avoid living near high voltage lines...
... and let your baby acquire infections early in life
Co-prescribed heroin adds value to methadone treatment
HIV infections should be diagnosed earlier
Aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease in elderly people: the jury's still out
Heterosexual HIV is still mostly imported to the UK
Progestins prevent recurrence of preterm birth
Making sense of things
The causes of childhood leukaemia
The national service framework for long term conditions
The new pope and medical ethics
Mother to child transmission of HIV in China
Revitalising rapid responses
US president and Congress set to clash over stem cell research
Exaggerated claims of cures threaten stem cell research
In brief
Armed conflict is a leading cause of hunger, says FAO
NICE guidance to prevent strokes and heart attacks lacks evidence
Adverse reaction reports may be vulnerable to manipulation
Dutch GPs strike over reforms
Group aims to silence claims that vitamins are better than drugs for AIDS
Age discrimination denies elderly people a “dignified death”
What's new in the other general journals
Childhood cancer in relation to distance from high voltage power lines in England and Wales: a case-control study
Power to confuse
Half of patients in intensive care receive suboptimal care
Short Cuts: A single computed tomogram can rule out pulmonary embolus
President Bush and Congress intervene in “right to die” case
GMC and the future of revalidation: building on the GMC's achievements
Day care in infancy and risk of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: findings from UK case-control study
Cost utility analysis of co-prescribed heroin compared with methadone maintenance treatment in heroin addicts in two randomised trials
The road to fame
Newly diagnosed HIV infections: review in UK and Ireland
Submitting articles to the BMJ
HIV infections acquired through heterosexual intercourse in the United Kingdom: findings from national surveillance
Metformin and reduced risk of cancer in diabetic patients
The spitting nuisance
Epidemiological modelling of routine use of low dose aspirin for the primary prevention of coronary heart disease and stroke in those aged ≥70
Improving the quality of palliative care for ambulatory patients with lung cancer
The giggly girl
Poliomyelitis and the postpolio syndrome
Postpolio syndrome—“We aren't dead yet”
Needs assessment of humanitarian crises
Sterilisation of young, competent, and childless adults
A helpful patient
A way forward
Importance of freedom in science
Modified Mediterranean diet and survival
Modified Mediterranean diet and survival
Modified Mediterranean diet and survival
Licensing diagnostic tests may benefit everyone
Radiotherapy in breast reconstruction is mostly safe
Health care is paradox in India
Who needs health care?
Who needs health care?
Who needs health care?
Who needs health care?
Who needs health care?
Consumer advertising and doctors' prescribing
Consumer advertising and doctors' prescribing
“Track changes” tracks ghost writers
Right patient, right treatment, right time
David Somerset Short
Elizabeth Gladstone Archer
John Crocker
Ali Abdel Razek Abd El-Hadi
Brenda Grace King
Kai Lau
Dennis Parker
Horizon: Does the MMR Jab Cause Autism?
Narrative Research in Health and Illness
Using Cost-Effectiveness Analysis to Improve Health Care: Opportunities and Barriers
Exercise or relaxation after stroke?
Dangerous places