Role of diuretics, β blockers, and statins in increasing the risk of diabetes in patients with impaired glucose tolerance: reanalysis of data from the NAVIGATOR study
Ronald Griffiths
David Hubel
Tick bite prevention and tick removal
The burden of air pollution on years of life lost in Beijing, China, 2004-08: retrospective regression analysis of daily deaths
Medicalising unhappiness: new classification of depression risks more patients being put on drug treatment from which they will not benefit
We need to get another life after retirement
Barriers to working in medicine and teaching after retirement
Patient perspective: mild depression must not be ignored
Michael Kidd on primary care's global challenge
Shantilal Raghavji Kanani
Antony Frank Francis
Agnes Kirkland Conn
Ronald McDonald Clark
Michael James Vendy Bull
Isobel Quita Barber
Whose role is it to collect patients’ stories?
Care is needed in epidemiological research not to overgeneralise about cancer diagnosis and treatment
EU air quality limits are not stringent enough, say researchers
Obstructive sleep apnoea does not lead to clinically significant erythrocytosis
Case against GP threatens whole system of healthcare
Children must be protected from the tobacco industry's marketing tactics
House of care approach for patients with long term conditions works at the local level
Imported measles and rubella pose threat to US elimination of the diseases, says CDC report
Widow takes fertility agency to court over storage of husband's sperm
Government policy is damaging people most vulnerable to alcohol misuse, warns leading doctor
Who is responsible for publishing the results of old trials?
Syria: a healthcare system on the brink of collapse
Determinants of the decline in mortality from acute myocardial infarction in England between 2002 and 2010: linked national database study
What is the point of doctors?
Patients are at risk because doctors don't know how much IV fluid they need, NICE says
Hospital trusts will have to cut activity when integration fund comes into effect, meeting is told
Tied up in science: unknotting an old anaesthetic problem
Duration of symptoms of respiratory tract infections in children: systematic review
Red flags to screen for malignancy and fracture in patients with low back pain: systematic review
A unified model of patient safety (or “Who froze my cheese?”)
A pear shaped bladder
The benefits of mild hypothermia and other stories…
Welcome to the most exclusive club in the NHS
Parveen Kumar: Pet hate is arrogance
In brief
Rosiglitazone: a case of regulatory hubris
Don't keep taking the tablets
Ketamine should be upgraded from class C to class B drug, committee says
Albert Edward Thompson
A fifth of lung cancers detected by low dose CT screening are likely to be indolent, study says
More doctors are raising concerns with GMC about colleagues, MPs hear
Surgeon is suspended because of concerns over eight “avoidable” deaths
The Brady Bunch? New evidence for nominative determinism in patients’ health: retrospective, population based cohort study
Morphology and size of stem cells from mouse and whale: observational study
Bakhtawar Shah Khattak
“Compulsive plague! pain without end!” How Richard Wagner played out his migraine in the opera Siegfried
Die another day
From the Ottomans to the present day: 150 years of Scottish medical charity in the Holy Land
Tremor
Were James Bond's drinks shaken because of alcohol induced tremor?
Laughter and MIRTH (Methodical Investigation of Risibility, Therapeutic and Harmful): narrative synthesis
How big is the US healthcare lobby?
Red flags for back pain
Families are warned they can€t decide treatment for incapacitated relatives
A third of general practices in England's first wave of inspections failed on essential standards
Local government is given help to prioritise public health schemes
Slowdown in production of treated bed nets damages fight against malaria
US outlines plan to reduce use of antimicrobials in food production
Phoning the patient's general practitioner
A multicomponent decision tool for prioritising the updating of systematic reviews
The survival time of chocolates on hospital wards: covert observational study
Planning for closure: the role of special administrators in reducing NHS hospital services in England
NICE urged to recommend anastrozole for breast cancer prevention
The Science hoax: poor journalology reflects poor training in peer review
Individual hospital data on “never events” to be published every quarter
Music in intensive care and other stories…
A fifth of Dutch support assisted suicide for people “tired of living”
Broad approach is needed to reduce gun violence, US psychologists say
Uruguay legalises sale and production of marijuana
Clinical commissioning groups serve too many masters, finds study