Marion Hildick-Smith
Lost in translation: be aware of patients' lives
Tuesdays with Morrie
A real or imagined ailment?
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Employers in China flout laws which ban the testing of employees for hepatitis B
Michael Leighton Huntley Flindt
David Selby Strachan
Edmund Steven Howarth
Dariusz Butowski
Norman Lees
Stuart Gerard McPhee
Governments need to invest more to deal with health risks of teenagers, says Unicef
Humanitarian corridor set up in Egypt as Libyan casualties escalate
Australia moves to combat the misuse of prescription opioids
All you need to read in the other general journals
Medical journals with advertising are more likely than subscription journals to recommend drugs
In brief
Leaders of US medicine speak out on health effects of climate change
Australia makes a start on primary healthcare reform, at last
BMA warns government control over GP consortiums will be too powerful
Association of active and passive smoking with risk of breast cancer among postmenopausal women: a prospective cohort study
Is breast cancer associated with tobacco smoking?
What's happening to waiting times?
Cannabis and the increased incidence and persistence of psychosis
Continued cannabis use and risk of incidence and persistence of psychotic symptoms: 10 year follow-up cohort study
After Baby P: can GPs follow child protection guidance?
New York bans smoking almost everywhere
Bad medicine: gynaecological examinations
Bernard Nathanson
Multidisciplinary medical identification of a French king's head (Henri IV)
Old, new—worse, better?
BMJ /Save the Children 2010 Christmas appeal: a thank you
Thrombolysis in elderly people: Authors' reply
“Disruptive” doctors are often found to be perfectionists, agency reports
The protective effects of helmets in skiers and snowboarders
Weight loss and hyponatraemia
Axial computed tomography image through the base of the skull (bone windows)
Sampling methods I
Online healthcare advertising needs regulation
The rule of ignorance: a polemic on medicine, English health service policy, and history
A new mental health strategy for England
Report calls for National Commissioning Board to have strategic commissioning role
Government leaves science advice to last minute in emergencies, find MPs
Few doctors believe NHS reforms will improve quality of patient care, shows BMA survey
Should physicians routinely be involved in the care of elderly surgical patients? Yes
Should physicians be routinely involved in the care of elderly surgical patients? No
Atypical antipsychotic drugs
GPs could share profits from savings made through consortiums
Whole class ban on substances is needed to control designer drugs, says UN agency