Thyroid autoantibodies, preterm birth, and miscarriage
New recommendations on autism spectrum disorder
Association between thyroid autoantibodies and miscarriage and preterm birth: meta-analysis of evidence
Road safety plan aims to save five million lives in next 10 years
Antismoking campaigners lambast packs of 14 cigarettes
Vermont moves closer to becoming first US state to provide “socialised medicine”
Fewer children in England and Wales are dying violently, figures show
Effect of β blockers in treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a retrospective cohort study
Treatment with β blockers in people with COPD
Opening up data at the European Medicines Agency
The management of tennis elbow
Treatment decisions in end stage cancer
Gastroenterology study not withdrawn from publication
Concerns about methods used
Paper OK, title wrong
Palliative care is not same as end of life care
Investigation of unintentional weight loss
Electronic flowcharts link NICE content for first time
Uncertainty in dying: keeping both hands open
Think of giant cell arteritis
Future rests with GPs
View from the frontline
A little learning
Not for the want of trying
Time for a medical Reformation?
Young men view things differently
In brief
The effects of environmental factors on health are more complex than thought, seminar is told
Serono pays $44m to settle promotion of multiple sclerosis drug
Only full access to trial data will show signs of ghostwriting, meeting hears
Scotland may be first UK country to impose minimum alcohol price
Bahrain accuses 47 medical professionals of “acting against the state”
Many US medical associations and disease awareness groups depend heavily on funding by drug manufacturers
Cholera epidemic in Haiti is blamed on poor sanitation
England's health secretary faces increasing isolation
US doctors are unwilling to pay more to abolish industry funded education
AstraZeneca stops paying for German doctors to attend conferences
Access to health information is vital for low income countries
An odd cause of dysphagia
Inadequate reporting of research ethics review and informed consent in cluster randomised trials: review of random sample of published trials
The first realistic television drama about the NHS?
Proton pump inhibitor use and risk of adverse cardiovascular events in aspirin treated patients with first time myocardial infarction: nationwide propensity score matched study
The health impacts of cold homes and fuel poverty
Getting Evidence into Practice: Tackling inequality by implementing high quality research
All you need to read in the other general journals
Take it like a man: pseudodrugs for man flu
A forgotten temper
Overpopulation is main driver
Paul Nurse: Talking about a research revolution
Number of excess winter deaths is three times as high in coldest homes as in warmest
Thought for food
A write off
Libya has hit me hard
A Treatise on Insanity
Michael Latham
Who should define disease?
Psychiatrist is cleared of misconduct in his care of 14 year old
Plans to axe legal aid for clinical negligence claims will make it harder to sue, say claimants' lawyers
Ukraine must loosen drugs policy to allow patients access to oral morphine, says report
Turbulence facing the NHS risks having a negative impact on child protection, college says
UK government plans reform of social care law
UK stroke performance still improving after 12 years of scrutiny
“Non-physician clinicians” in low income countries
A comparison of clinical officers with medical doctors on outcomes of caesarean section in the developing world: meta-analysis of controlled studies
The regulation of medical devices
Commentary: Use of registries to investigate the past and develop the future
Commentary: Evaluating and regulating device therapy
Misoprostol for the management of postpartum haemorrhage
Commentary: International collaboration needed on device clinical standards
Medical device recalls and transparency in the UK
Leapfrogging into the future
Commentary: Metal on metal hips
Failure to spell out need for reform has led to health bill crisis, says former health secretary
Criticisms of health reform are “noticeably misinformed,” say supporters
Judge rules that paediatrician who was criticised as an expert witness can be named
Commentary: The risk of over-regulation
Libel reforms are inadequate, conference hears