Renal transplantation
Medical researchers in Germany receive largest grants of all university disciplines
Be more radical, vocal, and bold to improve patient safety, conference hears
Definition of refugee is inadequate for current patterns of migration in armed conflicts, report says
Nature defends itself in High Court over issue of “freedom of scientific expression”
EU is set to use innovative solutions to help elderly people live more healthily
Government is not taking responsibility for improving air quality, MPs say
Gastroschisis: one year outcomes from national cohort study
NHS IT is at the mercy of the civil service and “gifted amateurism”
Delayed cord clamping and improved infant outcomes
Is it unethical for doctors to encourage healthy adults to donate a kidney to a stranger? No
Effect of delayed versus early umbilical cord clamping on neonatal outcomes and iron status at 4 months: a randomised controlled trial
Is it unethical for doctors to encourage healthy adults to donate a kidney to a stranger? Yes
Press releases for government obesity campaign are hidden
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Sudden death in epilepsy
Are you serious about climate change, BMJ ?
Effects of particulate matter from global burning of biomass
Ensuring quality in primary care
All you need to read in the other general journals
Get the interface right and EHRs can be implemented
Circles—a community response for convicted sex offenders
Armchair philosophising skirts what to do with child sex offenders
Environmental impact of journal distribution is complex
System for disclosing hospitality should be transparent
Ways to communicate the threat of climate change to health
Lessons from strategy game modelling climate change
Cognitive gains of later life are important clinically
What on earth we can do to tackle climate change
Poor hospital hygiene is blamed for deaths of three babies in Bremen
In brief
A quarter of diabetic patients miss out on annual foot checks, UK survey warns
Health secretary is ordered to disclose government's assessment of risk posed by NHS changes
Tree that provides paclitaxel is put on list of endangered species
Coarctation of the aorta in the newborn
Improving childhood nutrition in India
Double dummy trials
Moves to measure wellbeing must support a social model of health
The sentinel
A pair of ragged clauses: the health bill in the House of Lords
What price happiness?
Sickness and Health
The painful truth: deaths and misuse of prescribed drugs
Professional perfection
US Supreme Court to decide whether health reform law is constitutional
UK government disbands advisory group on obesity
Patients challenge trusts' decision on location of radiotherapy service
Healthcare regulator is investigated over role to protect patients
European countries cut funding for a range of activities against illicit drug use
Gynaecologist botched cosmetic vaginal operations and a termination, GMC hears
Rapid versus standard intravenous rehydration in paediatric gastroenteritis: pragmatic blinded randomised clinical trial
Intravenous rehydration in paediatric gastroenteritis
Mary E Elder
Anne Maguire
How evidence based is English public health policy?
Violence and poor mental health and functional outcomes
A 41 year old man with an itchy rash
Michael Samuel Sanders
Iris Margaret Lempriere Bowman
Stephen Arthur Roberts
Mary Headley
You can stop the bleeding
Kidneys wanted
New education body will tackle variable quality of doctor training
Antiretroviral therapy programmes in resource limited settings
One in 12 teenagers self harm but most stop spontaneously
Doctors' leaders call for “bold” step to ban smoking in private cars
Urinary incontinence after treatment for prostate cancer
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and mortality among US adults: prospective cohort study
An unconscious patient
Prognosis and staging of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Don't strike and keep negotiating, urges NHS Employers
Trusts need to highlight non-salary benefits of NHS employment, conference hears
Screens to update patients in emergency departments about their progress can help to reduce aggression
Panel recommends that assisted suicide be legalised in Canada
Drive against childhood illness is jeopardised by failure to invest in sanitation, warns charity
Spanish haematologists warn against storing umbilical cord stem cells in private banks
Future Forum tries to influence two key government documents