Multiple emboli after gastrectomy
Should undergraduate medical students be regulated? Yes
Should undergraduate medical students be regulated? No
An ominous cough
Stem cell renegades or pioneers?
Need for a wider view of autonomy in epidemiological research
Errors when statistical hypothesis testing
How much is one life worth?
Message to new government: please ban buzzwords
Medical metaphors
Bernie Mapstone
A diary of the plague year
New guide aims to increase access worldwide to drugs for children
Poland introduces partial ban on smoking in public places
Implementing health reform in the US is going to require huge change, briefing told
The cancer emperor's new clothes: Australia's historic legislation for plain tobacco packaging
Divorced of reasoning
The impact of removing financial incentives from clinical quality indicators: longitudinal analysis of four Kaiser Permanente indicators
Community falls prevention for people who call an emergency ambulance after a fall: randomised controlled trial
Prevention of falls in the community
How homophobia is fuelling Africa's HIV epidemic
Community pharmacy: moving from dispensing to diagnosis and treatment
All you need to read in the other general journals
Don't forget contraception
Treatment may not be simple
In brief
Screening needs more answers
Secondary care data may mislead
Authors' reply
Negative results may falsely reassure
Two charities challenge company's patent on Plumpy'Nut
Fastest increasing cancer in Scotland, especially in men
Australian data show increase
Time to debate neoliberalism
The market delusion
Wrong conclusions drawn, again
Authors' reply
Southall plans new career as expert witness in child protection cases
Loss of science champion in election is “sad day for science and government”
GMC is to set up expert group to review guidance on child protection work
Fighting malaria with scarves
Clinical examination for developmental dysplasia of the hip in neonates: how to stay out of trouble
A rare cause of abdominal pain
Leadership in medical education
One sided and two sided hypothesis tests
Making it local
Intravenous fluids
What to tell junior doctors about ethics
The spur of death
Consumer receptive alternative preparations (CRAP)
Helen Ranney
Where now for child protection?
Montaigne's Essays
Bad medicine: chlamydia
First weeks of life are crucial to reducing child mortality further, says WHO
Around 200 women launch claim for damages from trust that neglected warnings
A far from fairytale romance
How hard will it be for the Tories and Lib Dems to agree on a health policy?
Drive to vaccinate children in developing countries faces “acute crisis” because of high costs
The telephone rings…
Strength of association between umbilical cord pH and perinatal and long term outcomes: systematic review and meta-analysis
Umbilical cord blood gas analysis
Impact of an informed choice invitation on uptake of screening for diabetes in primary care (DICISION): randomised trial
Improving the accuracy of predicting cardiovascular risk
An independent and external validation of QRISK2 cardiovascular disease risk score: a prospective open cohort study
How hard will it be for the Tories and Lib Dems to agree on a health policy?
A new era for child protection
Spain takes first steps towards banning smoking in all public spaces
UK colleges criticise “compromise” in US guidance on female genital mutilation
Philippines faces expanding HIV epidemic, shows research
New health secretary warns further NHS efficiency savings may be needed
Combined antiretroviral treatment and heterosexual transmission of HIV-1: cross sectional and prospective cohort study
Sexual precocity in a 4 year old boy
Diagnosis and management of the antiphospholipid syndrome
Abraham Stone Freedberg
Sally Masheder (née Backhouse)
Joyce Mary Owen (née Scholefield)
Using the new UK-WHO growth charts
Gordon Easton
Scottish doctors call for better protection when speaking out about concerns
FDA enlists doctors to help spot misleading drug advertisements
Robert Malcolm Moffitt
Ratnasabapathy Sashidharan
Richard John West
New government will put politics before policy, but money ahead of both, health expert says