John Lister
How effective is tranexamic acid for acute gastrointestinal bleeding?
Medicine: a partnership of trust and faith
Patent wars: affordable medicines versus intellectual property rights
The NHS's care.data scheme: what are the risks to privacy?
Quitting smoking is associated with long term improvements in mood
Surgeons condemn UK's lack of action on regulating cosmetic treatments
GPs lack necessary tools and incentives to manage obesity, London conference hears
Delhi has overtaken Beijing as the world's most polluted city, report says
Alder Hey hospital fails four in five UK quality and safety standards
How England's emergency departments are being penalised
Janet Rowley
Trigeminal neuralgia
Frederick Clark
Ronald Mann
John Forbes Munro
Samuel Oleesky
Ben Green
Edward Hamilton Paterson
Drug company staff fretted when in-house paper's conclusion clashed with marketing claims
Consultations in primary care should be held standing up
26 nations join US Global Health Security Agenda
Five emergency procedures that offer little value are listed in US study
UK doctor who worked in US after being struck off by GMC has licence withdrawn
French plan aims to reduce social inequality in cancer prevention and treatment
NHS England sets up new inquiry into children's heart surgery deaths in Bristol
New patient database could undermine trust in NHS, risk analysis concludes
Switzerland debates dismantling its breast cancer screening programme
Belgium extends euthanasia law to children
In brief
Plain tobacco packaging in Australia increases calls to Quitline
India launches major programme to treat burn injuries
The potential effects of tobacco control in China: projections from the China SimSmoke simulation model
Hospitals pay penalties of £1.2bn for “too many” admissions and “too early” discharges
Opioid prescribing by multiple providers in Medicare: retrospective observational study of insurance claims
Safe management of psychiatrically disturbed patients on non-psychiatric wards in the UK
Andrew Moore and colleagues reply to Des Spence
Response to two recent BMJ papers on mortality after hip replacement: comparative modelling study
Author's reply to Moore and colleagues
Secondary syphilis
Doctors should be protected by the Human Rights Act too
GMC's reply to Lemon
Trends in adoption of Wingspan stents
Something fishy about fish oils and other stories …
Belgium model of coupling reimbursement of ART costs to restriction in number of embryos transferred
Under the influence: author's response to criticism by Institute of Economic Affairs
Dangers of overhydration in children
Costs of minimum alcohol pricing would outweigh benefits
Klim McPherson: “Feral” epidemiologist with no regrets
The patient revolution demands more accountability
BMJ 's patient revolution model may encourage similar initiatives worldwide
Increase in older women presenting as unexplained subfertility may explain overuse of in vitro fertilisation
Air pollution in Iran
Department of Health's misguided alert recommending neuraminidase inhibitors for flu
Concerns about intravenous fluids given to critically ill children
Authors’ reply to Southall
Serotonin syndrome
A call to reduce diffusion of responsibilities
Two companies blocked from comparing their generic products to Herceptin in India
Comprehensive review needed to inform guidance on air quality standards
GP networks could be answer to integrated care, report says
Doctor is struck off for performing liposuction while suspended from UK medical register
Women and people living alone are more likely to choose assisted suicide, Swiss study finds
Government tells Air India to stop selling electronic cigarettes
NHS England postpones roll-out of care.data programme by six months
Mother cannot stop doctor's involvement in her daughter's treatment, judge rules
David Richard Thomas
Cortisol levels predict depression in teenage boys, study shows
Open wide
Strengthening leadership in the NHS
Norway tries naloxone in spray form to prevent deaths from drug overdose
US food industry wages bitter fight over sweeteners
Japanese institute investigates claim that acid solution can transform mature mice cells into stem cells
Modifying certain risk factors might prevent one in four miscarriages, study shows
Care.data: why are Scotland and Wales doing it differently?
Changes to GP funding could force 98 practices to close, BMA warns
Prevention is better than cure for emerging infectious diseases
Placebo controlled trials
Severe accidental hypothermia
Hospital admissions for anxiety peak in women over 60, UK study finds
Genetic tests could detect high risk of aggressive prostate cancer
People use web to find doctors but prefer personal recommendations, says US survey
More children are being treated on adult psychiatric wards, investigation shows
Woman with schizophrenia is judged to have mental capacity to decide on amputation