Predictors of severe H1N1 infection in children presenting within Pediatric Emergency Research Networks (PERN): retrospective case-control study
Fault lines: resolving clinical negligence claims
Charging patients fees is bad medicine
Most statins prescribed in the UK go to the wrong patients, study finds
Intravenous vaccine shows promise against malaria
Doctors will feed into review of children's heart services
Sanofi is investigated for allegedly bribing doctors in China
Basil Ian Franklin Eminson
Raymond Davys
Maternal obesity during pregnancy and premature mortality from cardiovascular event in adult offspring: follow-up of 1 323 275 person years
Study results show it's time to rethink systematic review methods
John Weaver
David Mercer
Fuad Nasr
Alan Scott Falconer
Drug approval packages and briefing documents are already freely available
Healthy pregnant women still don't need routine iron supplementation
Author's reply to Steer
New pharmacological models needed to care for dying patients at home
Issues surrounding death certification in the community
Hospice ethos is the heart of caring for dying people in the community
Social care should be free for everyone in last weeks of life
The law should be changed to allow assisted dying
The Swiss experience of assisted suicide is positive
What do families and professional organisations really think about assisted dying?
GPs could start by listening to dying patients and thus improve care
We need more care, less pathway at the end of life
What's in a name? From pathways to plans in end of life care
Maternal obesity and heart disease in the offspring
Intermittent pain around the hip
Abnormal vaginal discharge
Ban routine use of critically important antibiotics in food animals
Human health, animal health, and ecosystems are interconnected
Giving dying people what they want
Three quarters of guideline panellists have ties to the drug industry
Bringing chemistry out of the kitchen
Benefits of vitamin D and other stories …
Care of the dying patient: art or science?
Getting it right for each dying person we care for
Bevacizumab must be specially prepared for intraocular use
Making the medical notes of hunger strikers at Guantánamo Bay available to trusted doctors
The problem of duplicate systematic reviews
How to decrease overtreatment in cancer
“Food for all” … healthy, that is
In brief
Children's lifestyles pose “unacceptable” cardiovascular risk, warns charity : Unhealthy children are at risk of CHD
Health staff exposed to HIV should take three or more antiretroviral drugs, say new US guidelines
Let's work together
Emergency doctors call for more patients to be diverted from A&E to general practice : Call to ease burden on A&E departments
Fault lines: resolving clinical negligence claims
Formation of the “Multinational Health Service” is to blame for financial crisis in the NHS
Safety and efficacy of intravenous iron therapy in reducing requirement for allogeneic blood transfusion: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised clinical trials
A bee in the bonnet about honey and healing
A footballer's finger injury
Opioids in the UK: what's the problem?
MPs call for investigation into how psychiatric patients are being detained
New inspection regime in England sees Whipps Cross hospital downgraded
Author's reply to Steer
Doctors like emailing patients but want to be paid for it, study finds
Research into universal health coverage rises despite economic downturn, report finds
Charity pulls out of Somalia after 22 years because of violence and abuse
Consent forms for clinical trials are too aggressive
Odds and odds ratios
Tony Haines
England ends the ban on healthcare workers with HIV performing certain procedures
Study finds that half of Indian households affected by cancer have to sell assets to fund care