Detection of mild to moderate influenza A/H7N9 infection by China's national sentinel surveillance system for influenza-like illness: case series
Restructuring health systems for an era of prolonged austerity: an essay by Richard B Saltman and Zachary Cahn
To boldly go from “computer says no” to an iNHS
Meta-analyses: heterogeneity and subgroup analysis
Assisted dying: what happens after Vermont?
Hundreds of doctors to be investigated for questionable prescribing practices
A third of world's women have been sexually or physically abused by a partner, says WHO
Unsafe abortion: why restricting abortive drugs only makes a bad situation worse
Grant recipients don't need to declare opposition to prostitution, rules Supreme Court
GPs refer men with urological cancers more promptly than women
£28m bill for compromise agreements that left staff feeling “gagged,” says UK watchdog
New inquest into infant's death is ordered after coroner's verdict is quashed
Consumer organisation to fight for overhaul of NHS complaints system
Government has turned NHS into “Byzantine system” nobody wanted, Porter says
Brutal pragmatism on food
Familial breast cancer: summary of updated NICE guidance
“Evergreening” and other stories …
Who will take responsibility and sign the abortion form in the case of the woman with bipolar disorder?
Vortex varix manifesting as choroidal melanoma
Patients are mismanaged when they are well investigated but not well examined
Clinical examination enables diagnosis of silent syndromes in diabetes
Clinical examination is the stuff of general practice
We need to evaluate each component of clinical examination like any other diagnostic test
Author's reply to Armour, Coll, Thomas, and Witham
Media wrongly jump to blame junior doctors for increased surgical mortality at weekends
Hospital set up over the week explains difference in mortality for elective surgery
Diabetes UK replies to Dr Aseem Malhotra
Why is India short of nurses and what can we do about it?
Don't forget children with imported malaria in non-endemic countries
Dying in hospital is not always a bad thing
Importance of eye care in meeting the needs of patients with learning disabilities
Statins are not bad medicine but their misuse is
Human rights should be taught in medical school to ensure proper care for people with learning disabilities
Hearing loss in adults requires a holistic tailored approach
Health insurance is “very important” to young US adults, poll finds
Coronavirus will spread as long as natural host is unknown, say scientists
More doctors have no legal representation at GMC hearings
In brief
BMA meeting: BMA passes vote of no confidence in health secretary
Former CQC executive denies any “cover up” of internal report
NICE recommends preventive drugs for breast cancer
Excess mortality associated with diabetes is falling, study shows
JAMA relaxes requirements on industry sponsored studies
Former chief of Care Quality Commission hits back at allegations of a cover up
BMA meeting: Doctors call for professional regulation of managers to hold them to account
Experts call for greater regulation of deep brain stimulation
Problem of pressure on emergency services won't be solved overnight, government warns
Hazel Wilkinson
Howell Pritchard Jones
Ajay Kumar Rai-Chaudhuri
James Leonard Hine
Rizgar Amin
Laurence Geoffrey Rowland Wand
de Wet Stockstrom Vorster
An unusual death in the community
Multiple myeloma
Diagnosis and management of chronic hepatitis B in children, young people, and adults: summary of NICE guidance
Malaria prevalence highest among the poorest of the poor
Forty per cent of murdered women are killed by a partner
Red meat linked to diabetes, again
High prevalence of self reported brain injury among schoolchildren in Canada
Legalising assisted dying puts vulnerable patients at risk and doctors must speak up
H7N9 kills one third of confirmed cases admitted to hospital
Hormone therapy has no effect on cognition in younger postmenopausal women
Suspend NHS competition rules in London to allow for urgent remodelling of healthcare, says think tank
EMA consults public on plan to increase transparency of drug trial data
Should the chancellor of the exchequer lift the ringfence on England's health budget?
Health and the economic crisis
US revamps website to promote health insurance exchanges
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
A diagnostic intravenous urogram
Reefer madness: doctors need more drugs training
Preventable diabetes complications are still occurring in hospitals, audit finds
Better hospital care and women's groups reduced neonatal mortality in Malawi by a quarter
Government clears way for practitioners of traditional Indian medicine to practise modern medicine
Publish all trial results within a year or face disciplinary action, BMA says
£3bn of NHS money will go to new pooled fund for health and social care
Doctors must explain benefits of reconfiguration to patients, conference hears