How early can cognitive decline be detected?
Proposals to increase the motorway speed limit by 10 mph
Short term outcomes of prostate biopsy in men tested for cancer by prostate specific antigen: prospective evaluation within ProtecT study
Optimising prostate biopsy
A restless night's sleep
The effect of combination treatment with aliskiren and blockers of the renin-angiotensin system on hyperkalaemia and acute kidney injury: systematic review and meta-analysis
Transformative mutation specific pharmacotherapy for cystic fibrosis
Exercise boosts immunity—up to a point
MPs call for review of alcohol guidelines
Risks of aspirin outweigh benefits in people without cardiovascular disease, shows analysis
Nine in 10 Chinese are covered by medical insurance, but access to treatment remains a problem
Government puts pressure on private sector to pay for removal of PIP breast implants
Vitamin A supplementation in children and hearing loss
Are you normal?
Vitamin A supplementation in preschool children and risk of hearing loss as adolescents and young adults in rural Nepal: randomised trial cohort follow-up study
Drug industry is now biggest defrauder of US government
Time to act on nonsensical outpatient follow-up ratio targets
Doctor begins “Bevan's Run” to stop the health bill
Haiti's cholera outbreak provides important lessons for global health
Show us the data: why clinical outcomes matter
Higher senior staffing levels at weekends and reduced mortality
Is a clinician's “gut feeling” enough to identify self harm?
Difficulties in managing young people who self harm
Authors' reply to Ellis and Yates
Life goes on for patients with cancer, as they desire
Let's simply scrap authorship and move to contributorship
Why not switch to movie-style credits for research papers?
Keep it small and personal in any reconfiguration of healthcare providers
Root causes of doctors' dissatisfaction must be tackled to stop brain drain
Patient related factors are also important in treating gout
Realities of medicine in South Africa lie behind its brain drain
The emperor's NICE new clothes
US advisory panellists on drug's safety had ties to manufacturers
Tribal violence worsens humanitarian crisis in South Sudan
In brief
Clinical negligence claims against plastic surgeons rise “significantly”
US publishes first global health strategy to improve health of Americans and rest of the world
Wakefield sues BMJ over MMR articles
Appeal court will rule on children's heart surgery at London's Royal Brompton Hospital
Doctors are told to “make every contact count” to reduce costs of poor lifestyles
Glucagon-like peptide-1 agonists
Effects of glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists on weight loss: systematic review and meta-analyses of randomised controlled trials
Influence of experience on performance of individual surgeons in thyroid surgery: prospective cross sectional multicentre study
The diagnosis and management of aortic dissection
Big tits
All you need to read in the other general journals
Malingerers
Faith in medicine
Commercialisation is bad for public health
Allocation concealment
Why do single event probabilities confuse patients?
The Illness Narratives
Hospitals have no excuse for cutting services, says Nuffield Trust
Out of hours care: a call for continuity
Faith, hype, and charity
Outcomes that matter to patients
Antihypertensives in people with gout or asymptomatic hyperuricaemia
Tomma Muhsin
Donald MacLean
Richard Henry Lavelle
Michael Hugh Clement
Mitchell James Notaras
William “Ainslie” Anderson
Antihypertensive drugs and risk of incident gout among patients with hypertension: population based case-control study
MINERVA
MINERVA
Donor identification and consent for deceased organ donation: summary of NICE guidance
NHS Commissioning Board needs targets for integrated care to become a reality, conference hears
Scientific misconduct is worryingly prevalent in the UK, shows BMJ survey
Could NICE guidance on the choice of blood pressure lowering drugs be simplified?
Navigating the shoals in hypertension: discovery and guidance
NICE hypertension guideline 2011: evidence based evolution
Ugandan authorities deal with a mysterious ailment that leaves people nodding continuously
A reticulated eruption on the lower abdomen in a 17 year old girl
PFI scheme changes are inadequate, MPs say
Trusts will not be able to exclude drugs approved by NICE from formularies, says Lansley
Government distorted research on reforms to disability benefit, says campaign group
Portuguese health system is still too reliant on emergency care, finds review
Axing legal aid for clinical negligence claims will cost the NHS an extra £28.5m a year, says report
Tipping point of too few carers for older people has been reached five years early, MPs hear
Merging hospitals may not have the intended benefits, suggests study
US hospital incident reporting systems do not capture most adverse events
England's health secretary orders three new inquiries into safety of cosmetic surgery and devices
GPs back withdrawal of health reform bill
Building hygiene infrastructure is key to ending Haitian cholera epidemic, agree agencies