Supporting people who care for adults with dementia
What will climate change mean for infectious disease?
Diagnosis and management of hyperhidrosis
Predictors of suppurative complications for acute sore throat in primary care: prospective clinical cohort study
A patient with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy undergoing non-cardiac surgery
Patent injustice: how India brought cheap HIV drugs to Africa
I refused to perform abortions: you don't have to sacrifice your integrity to get ahead
Urgent care in England
β blockers for adults with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
NHS agency takes out private prosecution against mentally ill patient who hit healthcare assistant
Health act's troubled rollout hammers popular support
Indian academy recommends whole cell pertussis vaccine for primary vaccination
Sanitation campaigners call for urgent action over India's missing toilets
Robert Emil Steiner
Intestinal malrotation and volvulus in infants and children
Association between cardiovascular events and sodium-containing effervescent, dispersible, and soluble drugs: nested case-control study
Commentary: Patients will need knowledgeable guidance
Private patients are more likely to have a caesarean section, finds study
In brief
British women are engaging in greater variety of sexual practices
Excess winter deaths rose by 29% last year from 2011-12
Surgeon is struck off for repeatedly lying to patient over brain tumour removal
Sexual violence among children is widespread within gangs, report says
Mortality rates at 10 years after metal-on-metal hip resurfacing compared with total hip replacement in England: retrospective cohort analysis of hospital episode statistics
Simon Wessely: A man with “a joking seriousness”
The importance of the osmolality gap in ethylene glycol intoxication
Cementing the lungs
The wonders of statins and other stories …
Diabetes UK defends its type 2 diabetes awareness campaign
ADHD is a social problem
Loss of Office for National Statistics data will increase health inequalities
Attendances at Charing Cross and Hammersmith Hospitals' urgent care centres, 2009-12
Labelled for life
Lowering the price of “good” foods would be better than taxing “bad” foods in reducing obesity
Is a tax on sugary drinks too bitter to swallow?
Patient confidentiality in a time of care.data
Half of English hospital doctors fear raising concerns, finds survey
Information is lacking on health inequalities by sexual orientation
Migrant patients' access to HIV care: testing should always be free
Still not clear that smoking cessation drugs do not cause psychiatric symptoms
Authors' reply to Davies
Results from multiagency ADHD pathway in Wolverhampton
ADHD is a behavioural construct, not a psychiatric condition
Are concerns about DSM-5 ADHD criteria supported by empirical evidence?
Regulators should do more to protect whistleblowers, commission says
Authors' reply to Cortese
Bioabsorbable drug eluting stent: winner or sinner?
Genomics—from the lab to clinical practice
NHS hospitals must become completely smoke free, says NICE
Target cardiovascular risk rather than cholesterol concentration
E-cigarette marketing is aimed at youngsters, says charity
Regulator wants to do more to help prevent NHS trusts getting into trouble
FDA halts sale of genetic test sold to consumers
Prompt use of neuraminidase inhibitors improves survival of children severely ill with flu
Polypharmacy: a necessary evil
Lower threshold for rapid antigen detection testing in patients with sore throats would reduce antibiotic use
Authors' reply to Bjerrum and colleagues
NHS England launches consultation on improving general practice in London
Variant CJD still poses threat to public health, warn experts
US regulators relax restrictions on rosiglitazone
Deaths from adverse events are halved in Dutch hospitals
Kaplan-Meier survival curves: interpretation and communication of risk
Publishers should offer subscription discounts to universities that pay author fees, government agrees
England's health department agrees to independent review of standardised tobacco packaging
Patients will be involved in assessing CCGs, NHS England decides