The importance of government policies in reducing employment related health inequalities
Acid suppressants and postoperative pneumonia
FDA guidance on patient reported outcomes
Recession medicine
John Hope Henderson
US cancer patients often forgo follow-up treatments because of cost
Court of Appeal issues guidance on shaken baby syndrome
Locum GP from Germany is struck off medical register
Food aid programmes should target nutrient deficiency, not just hunger, says charity
Brian Arthur Sides
Wilfred Jack
Edward Fletcher Battersby
Donald Gavin Jamieson
Thomas John Stuart Merrington Black
Jonathan Richard Pedder
Struck-off GP admits to killing two patients without their consent
European drug regulator is criticised over patient representatives' conflicts of interest
Plan for new science research centre to go ahead despite spending cuts
Childhood cancer and proximity to mobile phone masts
Whose misconduct—doctors or the GMC?
Management of people with diabetes wanting to fast during Ramadan
Where are the Churchills of the NHS?
Mobile phone base stations and early childhood cancers: case-control study
Safer out of hours primary care
GMC guidance on end of life care
Monitor for up to two years after symptoms resolve
Consider non-invasive follow-up and malabsorption in old age
Using risk scores with patients
How many are missed?
GMC replies
Centralisation of cancer services vindicated
Cannabis based drug is licensed for spasticity in patients with MS
Government cuts targets to focus instead on “quality patient care”
Doctor is charged with signing cremation certificates without proper investigations
NICE recommends that the food industry cut salt, sugar, and fat to save lives
Random measurement error and regression dilution bias
Nausea with a twist
In the line of fire
Radiosurgery for brain tumours
How to think like an ethicist
G8 leaders must seize their chance to tackle undernutrition
Would action on health inequalities have saved New Labour?
All you need to read in the other general journals
Sample size calculations II
Paediatric trauma
Don't forget inconvenient truth of supplier induced demand
Skin: the forgotten organ
Real budgets for GPs will present “significant challenges,” experts predict
Losing the moment
Agencies warn of escalating food crisis in north Africa
Telephone and internet surveys will improve estimates of flu incidence, experts say
Spending cuts must take the long view
NHS clinicians' pay is frozen for two years as government strives to reduce deficit
Obituary: John Havard
Screening for breast cancer—balancing the debate
Parenteral nutrition is given inappropriately in almost a third of adult cases, report says
Rape as a weapon of war in modern conflicts
Tales of old mortality
In brief
Budget crises, health, and social welfare programmes
Allergy services in England and Wales need better leadership to develop
Back to the future with the Welsh CMO
Doctors back complaint over axing of extension of free school meals
Doctors call for end to misleading advertising about private screening
What can cooperation between Israeli and Palestinian doctors achieve?
Management of stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in primary and secondary care: summary of updated NICE guidance
China's psychiatric hospitals collude with officials to stifle dissent, say civil rights' groups
US gets least for healthcare spending; Netherlands the most
Effect of influenza vaccination on excess deaths occurring during periods of high circulation of influenza: cohort study in elderly people
A more severe flu pandemic is as inevitable as “death and taxes”
Effectiveness of a specific care plan in patients with Alzheimer's disease: cluster randomised trial (PLASA study)
Should oxygen be given in myocardial infarction?
What about older people?
NHS requires radical rethinking to avoid “terminal collapse,” warns report
Lost in translation: trust launches glossary of Yorkshire terms
Doctor who worked during suspension is allowed to return to practice
Charity launches scheme to help families obtain inquests
US medical schools and teaching hospitals are still “struggling” financially
Audit shows problems in Scotland's intensive psychiatric service