Breast feeding does not increase children’s intelligence
β radiation improves success of glaucoma surgery
Delayed cord clamping reduces infant anaemia
Best treatment for tennis elbow?
Acne should be actively treated
Poor adherence to drug treatment increases mortality after a heart attack
Concerns about revalidation
Tennis elbow in primary care
Families with disabled children
Breast feeding and intelligence in children
Pulmonary artery catheters
Glaucoma in the developing world
Expert witnesses should deliver services through the NHS
Regulatory bodies can discipline expert witnesses
In brief
Italian court upholds ban on pre-implantation diagnosis
Scientists ask Libya to release medical workers facing death sentence
New rules for homoeopathic remedies anger UK peers
Sex change expert accused of rushing patients into surgery
EC produces strategy to reduce harm from alcohol
Eating vegetables may slow cognitive decline
Doctor protests at greetings card manufacturer making fun of woman with acromegaly
Only 7% of research funds go on health needs of poor countries
UK mental health charities call for more talking treatments
Patient safety needs closer monitoring, says health watchdog
Ethics expert advocates payment for organ donors
NHS data are not good enough to gauge doctors’ performance
Patients and carers put their cancer journeys on to film and canvas
Who will lead WHO?
Mobilisation with movement and exercise, corticosteroid injection, or wait and see for tennis elbow: randomised trial
Effect of β radiation on success of glaucoma drainage surgery in South Africa: randomised controlled trial
August is medical staffing month
Watchdog brands two thirds of NHS trusts as “fair” or “weak”
Anaesthesia, Elvis, and lawnmowers
Clinical problem solving and diagnostic decision making: selective review of the cognitive literature
Effect of breast feeding on intelligence in children: prospective study, sibling pairs analysis, and meta-analysis
Cure the disease, kill the patient
Acne
A practical approach to timing cord clamping in resource poor settings
A consultation that changed my practice
Strategies for preventing obesity
Christian Science
What’s new in the other general journals
Reactions to the chief medical officer’s report
Success relies on winning hearts and minds
Independence is key to better regulation
Many questions remain unanswered
A new role for the royal colleges?
The BMJ interview: Sir Liam Donaldson
The BMJ interview: Sir Liam Donaldson
Health in the Middle East
Health in the Middle East
Health in the Middle East
Health in the Middle East
Investigating iron status in microcytic anaemia
Investigating iron status in microcytic anaemia
Investigating iron status in microcytic anaemia
Investigating iron status in microcytic anaemia
Peter Maguire
Advice
David Nicholas Challacombe
William Bryan Davies
James Laing Gordon Thomson
Anthony Stedman (“Tim”) Till
Alan Rimmington Webster
John Peter Russel Young
When Illness Goes Public: Celebrity Patients and How We Look at Medicine
NETLINES
Ten years in Malawi: was it worth it?
Appraising UK doctors working overseas: open letter to the chief medical officer
War
Minerva