Efficacy of 23-valent pneumococcal vaccine in preventing pneumonia and improving survival in nursing home residents: double blind, randomised and placebo controlled trial
Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine in high risk adults
Obama asks Congress “to finish its work” on health reform
Dutch cafes remove ashtrays from tables once more as law is set to tighten
AstraZeneca is to stop research into 10 diseases to cut costs
Engaging patients is crucial to improving health outcomes
MEP moves to increase information to patients on prescription drugs
Sex, health, and years of sexually active life gained due to good health: evidence from two US population based cross sectional surveys of ageing
Sexual activity in middle to later life
Vitamin A supplements and survival in children
Vitamin A supplementation and BCG vaccination at birth in low birthweight neonates: two by two factorial randomised controlled trial
All you need to read in the other general journals
Virgin gets slice of England's primary care services
US pro-life groups ask black women to avoid abortion, calling it genocide
Taxing junk food improves health outcomes, study finds
Karolinska research dean calls his dismissal an over-reaction
Spain allows abortion on demand up to 14 weeks
Malaria treatment should begin with parasitological diagnosis where possible, says WHO
Steven L Shafer responds to Jeanne Lenzer
Tachycardia due to atrial flutter with rapid 1:1 conduction following treatment of atrial fibrillation with flecainide
Treatment for lymph node tuberculosis
A pain in the leg and breathlessness
An old battle: England's libel laws versus scientific debate
Describing the spread of data II
Will a market deliver quality and efficiency in health care better than central planning ever could? Yes
Will a market deliver quality and efficiency in health care better than central planning ever could? Yes
Will a market deliver quality and efficiency in health care better than central planning ever could? No
Will a market deliver quality and efficiency in health care better than central planning ever could? No
Overhaul hospital payment system to reflect care pathways, say doctors' representatives
The Man with a Shattered World
Note on dental procedures
Time for a civilian front line?
Why condemn fluoxetine?
Authors' reply
Publications shouldn't be key to advancement
Health improvement programmes: really too complex to evaluate?
Missing published and unpublished data in guidelines
What is and what could be
Editorial is judgment in advance of the facts
Author's reply
Magic bullets now uncontrolled
Is hypertension really a neglected disease?
Stop wasting money on commercialising the NHS
South Korean funding helps North Korea improve health care
Nurses for Reform
An unusual visit to court
Tissue watchdog warns against unlawful collection of umbilical cord blood
Healthcare workers need more support in seeking help when they are ill
Aftershocks hamper rescue efforts in Chile
In brief
Doctors on the dole
Doctors and assisted suicide
Australia's health reform plans focus on hospital financing and governance
Health department still sees itself as “HQ of the hospital system,” says former regulator
Does avoidance of peanuts in early life reduce the risk of peanut allergy?
Body fat and increased risk of cirrhosis
Recovering from severe brain injury
Body mass index and risk of liver cirrhosis in middle aged UK women: prospective study
Mortality among contraceptive pill users: cohort evidence from Royal College of General Practitioners' Oral Contraception Study
HPV testing on self collected cervicovaginal lavage specimens as screening method for women who do not attend cervical screening: cohort study
Effect of body mass index and alcohol consumption on liver disease: analysis of data from two prospective cohort studies
Edward A Patrick
Michael Albert Voyce
The expert witness, or God's locum
Stem cell treatments and multiple sclerosis
Understanding disease: the ninjas are with you
Reform our libel laws, but not our NHS
Royal insights on smoking
Charities call for all UK parties to keep commitment to health development goals
Patient champions fail to support BMA's opposition to electronic patient records
Tories will put GPs in charge of commissioning services for patients
MPs demand urgent action to tackle social care's many shortcomings
Problem of immortal time bias in cohort studies: example using statins for preventing progression of diabetes
Living with lymphangioleiomyomatosis
Prevention and medical management of Clostridium difficile infection
Progress on health inequalities disappointing despite extra funding
Surgeon who removed most of baby's bladder allowed to practise under conditions
A glimpse of a better future for Zimbabwe
BMJ awards honour courage, determination, vision, and insight in medicine
Man with cerebral palsy can claim for damages after 35 years
GMC calls for law to plug “gaping hole” in registration of EU doctors working in UK
Doctors' pay is frozen for 2010–11
Colleagues of dismissed Karolinska professor issue letter of support