Late onset type 1 diabetes
Stan Brock: providing free care to America's uninsured
Work of 125 aid agencies failed to create lasting rehabilitation services in Haiti, study shows
The golden age of the placebo
The diaries of John Knyveton
The Victim
George Adams
Pharmacists should provide oral contraceptive services, says NHS report
Better access to birth control would reduce stress on global resources, report says
Internet supplier of fake Viagra is ordered to pay back £14.4m
Rupture of breast implant shell must be differentiated from gel bleed
Start treatment early to avoid Charcot foot deformity
Derivation and validation of a risk adjustment model for predicting seven day mortality in emergency medical admissions: mixed prospective and retrospective cohort study
Implications of “not me” drugs for health systems: lessons from age related macular degeneration
Anti-vascular endothelial growth factor treatment for eye diseases
Cholinesterase inhibitors and memantine for symptomatic treatment of dementia
Why using Avastin for eye disease is so difficult
Embrace your inner nudist
The problem is with the players and the choice of inappropriate tools
Childhood obesity increases blood pressure in adolescence, study shows
Going beyond the written word
Doctors' numeracy and communication skills need to improve
Don't forget ophthalmic differential diagnoses of cluster headache
Study of mobile phone use and glioma risk was fatally flawed
Association of mobile phone use with adult brain cancer remains plausible
Authors' reply to Kundi and Davis and colleagues
New BMA council members back action to repeal health act
Robust methods are needed to investigate association between white rice consumption and type 2 diabetes
Author's reply to Naqvi and colleagues
In defence of white rice
FDA should tighten post-marketing surveillance of prescription drugs, says Institute of Medicine
Income and job satisfaction fall among US doctors
Social networks and media coverage are blamed for series of teenage suicides in Russia
FDA moves towards becoming a global public health agency
Older people who self harm need long term follow-up to reduce suicide risk
York trusts did not submit below-cost bid for orthopaedic services, rules competition panel
Kidnapped British health worker is found murdered in Pakistan
Indian doctors criticise health ministry's plan to curb medical “brain drain”
Experts consider how to tackle overtreatment in US healthcare
Richard Orme
Mora Scott
Henry Bower Kedward
Peter Alexander Templeton
Jack Barrow
Albert David Manning
Kesten Barbara Challen
Diagnosis and management of haemophilia
Vaccination against pandemic A/H1N1 2009 influenza in pregnancy and risk of fetal death: cohort study in Denmark
Technological approaches to improving care
Anaemia and unexplained abdominal pain: looking for a lead
Late presentation, late diagnosis, late stage diagnosis, delayed diagnosis, delayed presentation: terminology confuses the message in UK cancer policy
MINERVA
MINERVA
All you need to read in the other general journals
Populations and samples
In brief
The hardest thing: admitting error
Immunisation against influenza during pregnancy
The psychiatric oligarchs who medicalise normality
Avastin versus Lucentis
Poor monitoring and processes are responsible for errors in one in 20 GP prescriptions
At either end of the tube
Trials at the ready: preparing for the next pandemic
An acquired source of seizures
Evaluation of the national Cleanyourhands campaign to reduce Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia and Clostridium difficile infection in hospitals in England and Wales by improved hand hygiene: four year, prospective, ecological, interrupted time series study
Prevention of acute knee injuries in adolescent female football players: cluster randomised controlled trial
Inspirational leaders
Fifteen million and rising—the number of premature births every year
Personalised care and the genome
Culture change matters more than technological change, US healthcare expert tells integrated care summit
Patient with motor neurone disease can be allowed to die, court rules
UK government to provide a research portal to make publicly funded research freely available to all
Integration of health and social care needs financial incentives, experts say