A woman with periodic chest pain
Rachel's Holiday
Marie Stopes: botany and birth control
Bright lights and big city health problems
Griffith Edwards
Dozens of scientists quit Texas cancer agency review panels, claiming that business interests trumped merit
Adults with advanced cancer still hope for cure
First line catheter ablation or drugs for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation?
NHS in England paid out £3.1bn in compensation claims linked to maternity care in past decade
St John's wort causes most drug interactions, finds review
High Court upholds suspension of doctor whose failings as expert witness were “serious and dangerous”
US firm accused of manipulating journal articles and paying millions to authors
Tamiflu: the battle for secret drug data
Clinical trial data for all drugs in current use
Open letter to Roche about oseltamivir trial data
Academics plea for politicians to tackle problem of missing data
Paper's conclusions will only cause confusion
Management of chronic rhinosinusitis
Excess mortality can be explained by case mix selection
Caution is needed in interpreting results
Clarification from the National Joint Registry
Evidence for damage control resuscitation is lacking
Recommendations run contrary to current teaching
Check patients for features of spondyloarthritis
Mitochondrial DNA mutations predispose to aminoglycoside induced ototoxicity
No evidence base for monitoring aminoglycoside levels
Authors' reply to McCormack
Authors' reply to Wiles and Chitnavis
In brief
Smoking is just as lethal for women
Genetic marker may help target aspirin for colorectal cancer
More strategies are needed to promote wellbeing among doctors, conference hears
Government makes up hospital bailout policies “on the hoof,” say MPs
FDA raises concerns about ultra-long acting insulins given green light in Europe and Japan
Breast screening is beneficial, panel concludes, but women need to know about harms
South London trust losing £1m a week should be broken up, says administrator
Abused patients from closed care home may be at risk in new placements, investigation shows
India proposes free primary care to help achieve universal healthcare coverage
Association between fish consumption, long chain omega 3 fatty acids, and risk of cerebrovascular disease: systematic review and meta-analysis
It is too difficult for ill people to claim benefits
The role of fatty acids from fish in the prevention of stroke
The doctor won't see you now: online consulting and prescribing
The assault on the Liverpool care pathway
James Macrae Cuthill
John Stanley Howell
Callum Roy Weir Bain
Elizabeth Akwaeze
Simon Dafydd Glyn Stephens
Walter Elliott
Colin Broadbent
Acetazolamide for the prophylaxis of acute mountain sickness
Too much medicine, not enough mirth
MINERVA
MINERVA
Authors' reply to Jameson and Breusch
Authors' reply to National Joint Registry
Age restrictions on rotavirus vaccination cost lives
Myocardial infarctions fall by a third after smoking banned in workplaces
Overweight teenagers are more likely to develop end stage renal disease decades later
How the Liverpool care pathway has transformed end of life care
Healthcare and weather services must work together to limit risks of air pollution and high temperatures
Health and the election
Boys are entering puberty earlier, large study shows
Open data: seize the moment
Health campaigners question whether fall in maternal mortality in India is a result of more hospital deliveries
Severe obesity doubles risk of preterm delivery, study shows
Changes to the GP contract threaten general practice in the UK
Breaking good news
Emergency hospital evacuation as Hurricane Sandy hits New York
Standards for foundation trust status will not be lowered even if trusts fail the test, says Monitor
UK MPs demand more stringent regulation of medical devices across Europe
J V Forbes Catto
Content area experts as authors: helpful or harmful for systematic reviews and meta-analyses?
Rises in healthcare spending: where will it end?
Use of HbA1c in the diagnosis of diabetes
Creating credibility and value in comparative effectiveness research
How it feels to withdraw feeding from newborn babies
Death of baby with anencephaly after mother was refused an abortion sparks controversy in India
Reforming the regulation of orthopaedic devices in the UK
Applying to do research studies in the NHS is to be made easier
GMC drops case against man accused of submitting incorrect data about heart device to medical journal
Genetics testing firm is accused of “hiding vital breast cancer data”
GSK backs BMJ 's new policy to publish only studies with full access to data
Government drops plans to review the way women who are considering abortion are counselled
Risk of cervical cancer after completed post-treatment follow-up of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia: population based cohort study
Cost effectiveness of human papillomavirus test of cure after treatment for cervical intraepithelial neoplasia in England: economic analysis from NHS Sentinel Sites Study
Follow-up after treatment for cervical intraepithelial neoplasia
Payment by results system has outlived its usefulness, King's Fund report says
Where's the evidence for gluten sensitivity?
Organised squirmings
Revalidation seems to add little to the current appraisal process
The Doctor is Sick
Recovery of coma patient sparks confusion over when to ask about organ donation
Medicine's dystopian future
Munich hospital closes liver transplantation list after audit uncovers errors
Second hospital is evacuated as New York struggles to recover from hurricane
Vaccination of risk groups in England using the 13 valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine: economic analysis
Neurologists appeal to health secretary over withdrawal of drug for MS patients
Project to increase availability of malaria drug has worked, study finds
High Court quashes suspension of GP who was alleged to have been involved in a “cash for crash” scam