HIV infection in older people
Acute diarrhoea in adults
Test of time
Confidentiality and sharing health information
NSAIDs and flu
Classic confounding conflicts
Aspirin in the 1918 pandemic
Who would want to be medicine's sacrificial lamb?
Agencies collaborate to tackle world's biggest killers
Choice and equality in health
Ups and downs of balloon times
Try fresh frozen cadavers
Liberty safeguards in hospital
How to waste a billion dollars
Health experts should have higher profile in climate change talks, say campaigners
Clinic of murdered Kansas abortion doctor will not reopen
Research network aims to tackle chronic disease in developing world
Sharing of patients' data should not be based on implied consent, say GPs' representatives
Funding crisis threatens aid for Pakistan's 2.5 million displaced people
Australia plans to restrict antiretrovirals to high risk cases as swine flu spreads
Famine threatens Horn of Africa as global number of hungry people tops a billion
NHS is told to think radically and move quickly to survive public spending squeeze
Human rights organisation condemns university's attempt to discredit one of its staff
Inequalities in reported use of breast and cervical screening in Great Britain
Statin use and risk of community acquired pneumonia in older people
Health risks of volunteering
All you need to read in the other general journals
Geoffrey Stanley Charles Hibbert
George Davidson Scarrow
In brief
Salaried GPs should not be exploited, conference hears
John Collings-Wells
Christopher Neville Watson
Frank Robert Cassels Manning
US health reform debate is reaching critical phase, says expert
People with inherited heart conditions need better services, report says
If the price is right
Deaths from road traffic injuries will nearly double to 2.4 million a year unless safety measures are strengthened
George R Tiller
Swine flu claims first European death, as cases worldwide rise to 36 00
A renal riddle
Factors associated with mortality in Scottish patients receiving methadone in primary care
Study design
Getting on message
BMA raises opposition to market driven NHS
Is it acceptable for people to take methylphenidate to enhance performance? Yes
Is it acceptable for people to take methylphenidate to enhance performance? No
Health systems and increased longevity in people with HIV and AIDS
Risk of pre-eclampsia in first and subsequent pregnancies
Effect of withdrawal of co-proxamol on prescribing and deaths from drug poisoning in England and Wales
Diagnosing and managing vaginismus
New group aims to detect misuse of statistics by government and media
Men need primary care at work, debate hears
Individual or public good
AIDS epidemic in South Africa may be slowing, survey shows
Specialists recommend counselling women on risks of childbirth after 35
Expert group calls for more funding to tackle malaria
Safety watchdog warns of high dosage errors among children and young people
Diabetic muscle infarction
Management of the effects of exposure to tear gas
Assessing candiduria in a critically ill patient
Games People Play
UK sees rise in people donating a kidney to recipients they do not know
Funding to improve health in poor countries needs to include local health systems
Women of substance