How should we manage fear of falling in older adults living in the community?
First do no harm with anti-obesity and other drugs
Caring for dying patients is not about prolonging life at all costs
Diabetes management is bad medicine in France too
How we manage diabetes is like Tantalus in the underworld
Inhaled drugs and global warming: time to shift to dry powder inhalers
Over-claiming the evidence for telehealth and telecare?
Is sharing data from clinical trials always a good idea?
Tracking devices with bar codes is a way to monitor their safety
Fake meat scandals add to Chinese food fears
Extensive pneumatosis coli and intraperitoneal free air
Still not enough evidence to support screening based on prostate specific antigen
Management of scoliosis in children with respiratory complications of neurological illness
Bad medicine: epilepsy
Maternal iodine deficiency may threaten children's IQ
CT screening for lung cancer finds more cancers, after more investigations
Five days of corticosteroid for exacerbations of COPD
Fatigue in lupus and other stories …
Another trial challenges fluid and salt restriction in acute heart failure
What is the appropriate MHRA regulatory response to calcium's increased cardiovascular risk?
Corporate involvement in public health policy is being obscured
Critical care patients have major health and financial problems 12 months after discharge, finds study
WHO to probe claims that Dutch scientists restricted access to novel coronavirus
UK GPs vote against taking back responsibility for out of hours care
US schools should make physical education a core subject, Institute of Medicine says
Day of week of procedure and 30 day mortality for elective surgery: retrospective analysis of hospital episode statistics
Should we rethink the scheduling of elective surgery at the weekend?
Profits from pregnancy: how trusted organisations sell out women to commercial interests
Having your elective operation later in the week increases the risk of dying, research suggests
Donald John Carr Horwood
John Andrew Pickering
Michael Dean
Pradeep Natarajan
Opioids for chronic non-cancer pain
Diagnosis and management of recurrent urinary tract infections in non-pregnant women
Challenges facing Medicaid expansion in the US
Pneumonia and pneumonia related mortality in patients with COPD treated with fixed combinations of inhaled corticosteroid and long acting β2 agonist: observational matched cohort study (PATHOS)
Axial contrast enhanced computed tomogram of the thorax
Early morning headache with vomiting in a 5 year old boy
It can be tough for families when patients choose to die at home
Meeting the needs of patients with learning disabilities
Is clinical examination dead?
Managing the health of prisoners
The inside story on prison health
WHO agrees to set up body to act on non-communicable diseases
Number, type, and availability of new drugs are on the increase in Europe
WHA calls for five demonstration projects on health research relevant to the developing world
Government to increase number of GPs and emergency medicine doctors
Workplace wellness programs show little benefit, US report says
Brian Cameron Campbell
John Barnes
N Balakumar
Importedmalaria
Visual impairment
Italian government sets up a stem cell trial to assuage public demands
Doctors call for countries to step up the fight against rheumatic heart disease
High dose NSAIDs may double the risk of heart attacks and heart failure, says new study
Indian generics manufacturer Ranbaxy agrees to pay $500m to settle US fraud and drug safety charges
Governments must agree unified approach to use of e-cigarettes, report says
Dutch doctors to receive more clarity over use of advance euthanasia directives for patients with dementia
Effect of double dose oseltamivir on clinical and virological outcomes in children and adults admitted to hospital with severe influenza: double blind randomised controlled trial
Double dose oseltamivir for severe influenza—does it help?
Spontaneous oesophageal rupture
Unsafe abortion: why restricting abortive drugs only makes a bad situation worse
Hernia surgery is cost effective, finds UK study
“Global mental health” is an oxymoron and medical imperialism
Proposed EU data protection regulation is a threat to medical research
Double dummy trials incorporating factorial designs
What's the point in restaurant calorie counts?
Bad medicine: statins
Malnutrition linked to literacy problems in quarter of world's schoolchildren
Monitor investigates reasons behind closure of “popular” Darzi walk-in centres
Number of ambulances being turned away from full emergency departments increases by a quarter
Senior Canadian physician and hospital administrator wanted for fraud involving hospital contract arrested in Panama
Half a million people using food banks in UK as food poverty grows
Deaths from rare protozoan encephalitis in Karachi blamed on unchlorinated water