Chronic migraine
Fungal nail infection: diagnosis and management
Els Borst-Eilers
Albino Aroso
When and how to treat patients who refuse treatment
Bimal Kumar Chaliha
Lateral radiograph of the knee
Robert Neuwirth
Making a hash of data: what risks to privacy does the NHS's care.data scheme pose?
Radical prostatectomy v radiation: only a randomised trial can provide the answer
Authors’ reply to Roach
Prostatectomy v radiotherapy: possible detrimental effect of hormonal manipulation in patients receiving radiotherapy
Has cognitive behavioural therapy for psychosis been oversold?
NICE replies to concerns about scanning patients with head injury who are taking anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs
The art of communication during consultations
Sitting during consultations encourages higher order thinking
Medical fraudster Trudeau sentenced to 10 years in prison
Optimising end of life care requires an individualised approach
Doctor one of two people to face first UK prosecutions for female genital mutilation
Doctor who carried out three abortions as favour to colleague is allowed to resume unrestricted practice
Andrew Gilbert Graham
Teicoplanin for treating MRSA pneumonia
A B Milligan
Leslie Sohn
Confidentiality Advisory Group already regulates use of non-anonymised patient data
Sheila Lewis
Thomas Hugh Willson
Providing clean drinking water in schools encourages attendance, study finds
Meningitis B vaccine to be introduced in UK after U turn on its cost effectiveness
Mastectomy rates for ductal carcinoma in situ vary widely in UK, audit shows
Breast cancer screening offers few benefits to women over 70, finds study
NHS hospitals set to make overall loss for first time since 2006
Underwater births should be limited to clinical trials, says US pediatric and obstetrics panel
Henry Rollin
Which antibiotic for hospital acquired pneumonia caused by MRSA?
Struck-off doctor refuses to attend “farcical” regulatory hearing
Canadian court decision challenges new rules on medical marijuana
One in eight deaths is due to air pollution, says WHO
Anthony Allison
Muir Gray: Evangelist for walking
Derivation and validation of a clinical prediction rule for uncomplicated ureteral stone—the STONE score: retrospective and prospective observational cohort studies
A crackling (rice crispies) and blowing chest
The end of life
Cross sectional studies: advantages and disadvantages
Tennis elbow and other stories …
Sugary drinks in schools increase the risk of obesity in adolescents, study finds
So long for now
Climate change and human survival
Autoimmune conditions v lifestyle diseases
New analysis fuels debate on merits of prescribing statins to low risk people
UK research bodies agree steps to protect anonymity of study participants
NICE tells local planners to improve access to contraception services
Failure to change care provision will leave more UK trusts in financial difficulty, say MPs
Surgeon facing fitness to practise allegations can leave medical register
People in coastal regions of Asia are likely to be worst hit by climate change, report says
Trade talks between US and EU could increase cost of drugs, new report says
Collecting data on patient experience is not enough: they must be used to improve care
Raiding the public health budget
Education team of the year: innovative approaches to support better care
Chief medical officer urges action to tackle overweight and obesity
Water fluoridation almost halves hospital admissions for dental caries, report finds
Health secretary announces plan to cut NHS litigation costs
NHS hospitals should imitate Sainsbury's Local and Tesco Metro, hospital chief says
Smokers’ rights group challenges New York City's ban on e-cigarettes
Influence of blood prostate specific antigen levels at age 60 on benefits and harms of prostate cancer screening: population based cohort study
Berwick Patient Safety Team: making the NHS a safer place
Treatment allocation in trials: block randomisation
Smoking bans are linked to reduction in preterm births and childhood asthma, says study
Should medical students be taught alternative medicine?
Smoking bans are linked to reduction in preterm births and childhood asthma, says study
Most UK cases of vCJD are being detected, experts tell MPs
Indian hospitals must explain why they refused to treat patients on government scheme
Tougher action is needed to address “alarming” levels of overweight and obesity, says England's chief medical officer
Support for US health reform law rises slightly, poll finds
NHS England's winter campaign: is earlier better?
Trainee GP who posted photos of patients online is told his fitness to practise is impaired
UK hospital drops partnership plans after quality of care improves