Obesity holds back women, but not men
Targets for preventing childhood obesity are clearer
NSAIDs may be cardiotoxic
Celecoxib seems to be the choice for congestive heart failure
Obesity increases the risk of dementia
Mentally ill prisoners don't take advantage of new policy
HRT increases risk of stress and urge urinary incontinence
More miles, fewer biscuits
Prognosis in obesity
A middle way for rationing healthcare resources
Highly active antiretroviral therapy
COX 2 inhibitors, traditional NSAIDs, and the heart
Alcohol misuse, public health, and public policy
Clinicians need better access to ethics advice, report says
Vaccines protect monkeys against Marburg and Ebola viruses
In brief
Too many heart patients discharged without follow-up care
Support grows for retaining the opt-out to the 48 hour week
Pathologist in Sally Clark case suspended from court work
Drug companies monitor web chat for adverse reaction reports
Meningitis vaccine recommended for three groups of young people
European GPs don't know how to deal with obesity epidemic
Russia's youth faces worst crisis of homelessness and substance misuse since second world war
EU supports testing for children's drugs
UK proposes reforms for research ethics committees
GMC hearing opens into doctor at centre of organ retention scandal
Canadian Red Cross apologises for distributing HIV infected blood
Loss of tobacco suit means 120 other cases will be dropped
Sudan arrests aid worker for “crimes against the state”
“Lost boys of Sudan” have emotional problems
What's new in the other general journals
Hospital waiting lists and pressures on the NHS
What's new this month in BMJ Journals
Adult socioeconomic, educational, social, and psychological outcomes of childhood obesity: a national birth cohort study
Early life risk factors for obesity in childhood: cohort study
Obesity in middle age and future risk of dementia: a 27 year longitudinal population based study
Too much or too little
Use of waist circumference to predict insulin resistance: retrospective study
Mental disorders in prison populations aged 15-21: national register study of two cohorts in Finland
In praise of half doing a job
Risk of myocardial infarction in patients taking cyclo-oxygenase-2 inhibitors or conventional non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: population based nested case-control analysis
Self harm was misrepresented (again)
Global functions at the World Health Organization
Obituary: Archibald John Ogg
The hazards of good memory
Why clinicians are natural bayesians
Minerva
Excess coronary heart disease in South Asians in the United Kingdom
Differences in outcomes of patients with congestive heart failure prescribed celecoxib, rofecoxib, or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: population based study
Discredit into which physic was brought
The first and last days of medical school
Bell's palsy
Pregnancy and breast cancer
Compulsory Greek
Public health in the aftermath of disasters
Prognosis without treatment as a modifier in health economic assessments
Everyone's right
Self regulation must be made to work
Submitting articles to the BMJ
“Right to die”
“Right to die”
“Right to die”
“Right to die”
“Right to die”
“Right to die”
“Right to die”
Scottish model for surgical mortality used in Australasia
Clarification: doctors did not accuse Indian authorities of massaging leprosy data
Why clinicians are natural bayesians
Why clinicians are natural bayesians
Why clinicians are natural bayesians
Why clinicians are natural bayesians
Online music model could work for journals
English surgeons may at last be about to become doctors
English surgeons may at last be about to become doctors
Lady Jean Medawar
John Deryk Pollitt
George Edmund Hyson
Pran Kishan Kapur
Hans Gerhart Kohler
Frank Alfred Schiess
The Doctor in Literature: Satisfaction or Resentment?
Bollywood horror film spooks eye specialists
Matching scheme madness
Hit parade
Hospital doctors need a new career structure
Getting the hump
Minerva