Managing diabetic retinopathy
First loyalty was to his patients, former BMA chairman tells GMC
Russia cracks down on tobacco advertising and smoking in public places
Doctors continue fight for David Kelly inquest despite release of autopsy report
Obesity related illness consumes a sixth of US healthcare budget
US health insurer begins shift from fee for service payments
European regulators urge commission to tighten regulations on doctors' cross border working
German MPs are to vote on allowing preimplantation genetic diagnosis
A decision aid to support informed choices about bowel cancer screening among adults with low education: randomised controlled trial
Decision aids and uptake of screening
Risk of death during and after opiate substitution treatment in primary care: prospective observational study in UK General Practice Research Database
Outbreak of Mycobacterium chelonae in France
Slimmed down surgery
Association of adherence to lifestyle recommendations and risk of colorectal cancer: a prospective Danish cohort study
Early failures cause concern
Effectiveness of additional supervised exercises compared with conventional treatment alone in patients with acute lateral ankle sprains: systematic review
Neuromuscular training after acute lateral ankle sprain
Problem of centralisation
Because we can?
Consider the harms
First, standardise the assay
Sticky labels
Two studies, same data source, two answers
Compare with higher standard
Stethoscope is a hearing aid
Risk of ill health is increased
In brief
Turn the computer screen round
Risk factor for heart disease for over 40 years
Royal College of Physician's wishful lead in stroke
Pain and pathology
Royal College of Physicians replies
Graham Edward Schofield
Missing clinical trial data: setting the record straight
Total mortality after changes in leisure time physical activity in 50 year old men: 35 year follow-up of population based cohort
Where do the cuts leave the NHS?
Drug companies are accused of using unsuitable doctors to promote their products
Two in five doctors don't think government reforms will improve patient care
Baby P doctor is refused permission to remove herself from medical register
UN expert calls for shift in focus of help from camps to reconstruction in Haiti
Haiti's cholera outbreak could spread to neighbours
A hypoglycaemic baby on the postnatal ward
Management of bedwetting in children and young people: summary of NICE guidance
How to rebuild global health
Effect of repeated invitations on uptake of colorectal cancer screening using faecal occult blood testing: analysis of prevalence and incidence screening
Diarrhoea in a returning traveller
Measurement of data
Coronal computed tomography of the inner ear
Minerva
More daylight, better health: why we shouldn't be putting the clocks back this weekend
Minerva
Outing the Foley catheter
Table talk
All you need to read in the other general journals
Experts question government delays in improving end of life care
Robert M Chanock
The impact of the spending review on health and social care
Doctors are key to welfare reform
The art of noise
Are the spending cuts fair? Yes
New international guidelines on resuscitation
Are the spending cuts fair? No
All About My Mother
Of intended and unintended consequences
UK hospitals are better managed than counterparts in Canada, France, Germany, and Italy but not the US, report says
Tackling mental health will be central to white paper on public health
Councils could help new GP commissioning consortia with “back room” support
Horse sense
Lost in translation
High risk clinical characteristics for subarachnoid haemorrhage in patients with acute headache: prospective cohort study
Decision rules in diagnosing subarachnoid haemorrhage
Improve chest compressions to reduce deaths from cardiac arrest, new guidance says
Moving to smaller commissioning units flies in face of international evidence on effectiveness
NHS will face a funding crisis next year because of flat funds and rising costs
Voluntary patients are being kept on locked wards, says commission
Group is launched to present “hard evidence” against physician assisted suicide
Prince's foundation metamorphoses into new College of Medicine
Doctors question government collaboration with alcohol and food industry
Dutch doctors are told to be more aggressive in treating extremely premature babies