Behçet's syndrome
Meeting the challenge of population ageing
Rosiglitazone and pioglitazone: Beware macular oedema
European agency approves swine flu vaccines for licensing
A/H1N1 flu pandemic: By any maths would be as weak
Sarcoidosis: Technique to enable diagnosis
More people should be tested for HIV to reduce late diagnosis and prevent deaths, say guidelines
What about doctor factors?
First consultation for the pill
Interpreting sickness absence rates of NHS employees
Negotiating the power gradient
Libraries of the future
Waiting times are poor marker for equity
The blind leading the disempowered
Coroner rules that treating 26 year old woman who wanted to die would have been unlawful
Trusts need to scrutinise GPs' out of hours services more thoroughly, says watchdog
Serum tumour markers: how to order and interpret them
NHS will now be “preferred provider” of care, says health secretary
Governments must act now to prevent slide into poverty and ill health after recession
“What care I for a goose feather bed”
A tale of mind and body
“Pseudo-extubation”?
Prognosis of low back pain in primary care
Common mental disorder and obesity: insight from four repeat measures over 19 years: prospective Whitehall II cohort study
Prognosis for patients with chronic low back pain: inception cohort study
Obesity and depression or anxiety
We must defend personal continuity in primary care
Partial protection of seasonal trivalent inactivated vaccine against novel pandemic influenza A/H1N1 2009: case-control study in Mexico City
Margaret Allen: A force in humanising the American healthcare system
The tyranny of power: is there a better way to calculate sample size?
The future of influenza vaccines
The safety of propofol
All you need to read in the other general journals
The silver lining
Escherichia coli O157
Charity and drug company work together to develop cure for Chagas' disease
US health reform bill will hinder introduction of generic forms of biological drugs, critics say
Hot-pink bras, cracked knuckles, and bar room brawls are this year's winners at the Ig Nobel awards
Medical relief efforts in Sumatra and Pacific islands are stepped up
Defending the indefensible
No fleas on me
People with asthma are most at risk of complications from swine flu, study shows
In brief
First of 1.3 million trees are planted in NHS forest
Nobel medicine prize is won by scientists for work on chromosomal telomeres
German health policy is likely to become more pro-doctor, expert predicts
Cervical collar or physiotherapy versus wait and see policy for recent onset cervical radiculopathy
Mobilisation or immobilisation for cervical radiculopathy?
A breathless woman with asthma
Screening tests II
Minerva
Minerva
Sexual health
Ronald Howard Fox
Too independent for patients' own good?
The Israeli Medical Association and doctors' complicity in torture
Antiviral drugs should not be used to treat Bell's palsy, Cochrane analysis concludes
Medical Classics
Typhoon hits the Philippines, killing more than 280 people
Plans for new hospitals should focus on ensuring low running costs
Asylums
Live and let die
Audit shows large regional variations in uptake of breast reconstruction after mastectomy
Life expectancy differs by 30 years between richest and poorest countries, report shows
UN seeks to boost access to health care for millions of refugees and internally displaced people
Cervarix
Tories reveal plans for reducing NHS costs and funding residential care for elderly people
Incidence of pregnancy after expectant, medical, or surgical management of spontaneous first trimester miscarriage: long term follow-up of miscarriage treatment (MIST) randomised controlled trial
Cost effectiveness analysis of including boys in a human papillomavirus vaccination programme in the United States
Effect of “collaborative requesting” on consent rate for organ donation: randomised controlled trial (ACRE trial)
Should we screen low risk patients for meticillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus?
The science and art of medicine
Should HPV vaccine be given to men?
Doctors face two year pay freeze if Conservatives gain power