A weak leg
How effective are non-drug, non-surgical treatments for primary dysmenorrhoea?
Tick bite and early Lyme borreliosis
Keeping patients safe while avoiding bias in randomised trials
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made
Canada's first mental health strategy calls for major improvements to services
Dying remains a taboo subject for patients and GPs, finds survey
Leila Denmark
CCG funding could be based on population age, not deprivation, says Lansley
More than half of diabetes patients are not getting standard health checks
Reorganisation at Global Fund sparks $1.6bn in new donations
Old authoritarian patterns of doctors' behaviour are still alive and well in California, study shows
More Americans find healthcare unattainable, shows study
Hospitals in Wales need to reconfigure to improve patient outcomes, says report
Cheap alcohol is to be outlawed in Scotland
Should childhood vaccination be mandatory? Yes
Should childhood vaccination be mandatory? No
Food policies for healthy populations and healthy economies
Maintenance drugs to treat opioid dependence
Taxing unhealthy food and drinks to improve health
Action on Hearing Loss needs your support
Defining the fingertip unit
Effectiveness of dementia follow-up care by memory clinics or general practitioners: randomised controlled trial
Strengthening primary healthcare in India: white paper on opportunities for partnership
A 64 year old woman with headache and breathlessness
The risks of reducing current salt levels
Policy change on VZIG in the US to match UK recommendations
We need to move away from relying on drugs to prevent lifestyle induced chronic disease
Allocation of NHS resources: are some patients more equal than others?
Editorial ignored 17 reviews on wind turbines and health
Authors' reply to Chapman
Time for rapid testing for streptococcus B during labour
Existing classes of antibiotics are probably the best we will ever have
Towards greater transparency in the life sciences
Can a simple blood test really predict breast cancer?
Facts were not entirely correct
Surgical application of smartphones
Group B Strep Support replies to Margaret McCartney
Don't ignore preventive message of baby Jayden's case
Strengthening primary healthcare in India
Insecticide resistance threatens malaria control programmes, WHO says
Medicine is our vocation
EU law forces UK ministers to rethink food labelling
Netherlands tops European healthcare league, with UK coming in at 12th
In brief
EU tightens drug safety law before it is even implemented
Device regulator is told to improve its safety monitoring after breast implant debacle
UK doctors vote on industrial action for first time in 37 years
Pfizer Australia faces scrutiny over atorvastatin advertising campaign
A system-wide challenge for UK food policy
Pancreatic adenocarcinoma
A lesson from a bike shop
Non-parametric statistical tests for independent groups: numerical data
All you need to read in the other general journals
David Southall: anatomy of a wrecked career
Richard William Beard
Eric Philip Simkin
Brian John Chapman
Andrew James Stanford
The British government's Troubled Families Programme
Experts launch Europe-wide drive to highlight dangers of alcohol
Discrimination against doctors with HIV must end
Food matters
Information commissioner condemns health secretary for failing to publish risk register
US citizens are less healthy but living longer, report says
Lack of specialist diabetes teams in hospitals is “absolutely disgraceful,” says NHS clinical lead
Effects of interventions in pregnancy on maternal weight and obstetric outcomes: meta-analysis of randomised evidence
Can Twitter predict disease outbreaks?
How should women be advised on weight management in pregnancy?
The scatter of research: cross sectional comparison of randomised trials and systematic reviews across specialties
How we got it wrong with breast screening
India's parliamentary panel sees nexus between drug regulators, manufacturers, and doctors
Euro MPs refuse to approve medicines agency's accounts until they tighten rules on conflicts of interest
Syrian doctors tell charity that “being caught with patients is like being caught with a weapon”