Bladder cancer in women
Selective digestive or oropharyngeal decontamination and topical oropharyngeal chlorhexidine for prevention of death in general intensive care: systematic review and network meta-analysis
Trap of trends to statistical significance: likelihood of near significant P value becoming more significant with extra data
After eradication: India's post-polio problem
The effect of Massachusetts health reform on 30 day hospital readmissions: retrospective analysis of hospital episode statistics
Five people are arrested in Spain's first case of attempted organ trafficking
China to investigate widespread drugging of kindergarten children
Alan Eastling Ridley
Elizabeth Pryce-Jones
Francis Iorwerth Powell
Geoffrey Donald Oates
William Keith Cowan
Peter Morgan Sutton
Women spend more of their life with a disability than men
Ebola outbreak claims more than 60 lives
Only 12 of 211 commissioning groups are acting on integrated care, conference hears
NHS should become a membership organisation, think tank says
Study finds that aspirin improves survival after colon cancer diagnosis
Clinical commissioning groups are better than primary care trusts, say GPs
Inquiry into London NHS calls for new strategic health authority to plan and commission services
US court will hear religious challenge to health law's contraceptive mandate
Unethical, a guilty secret, and still crazy after all these years
US doctors earn speaking and consulting fees from drug companies that sponsor their research
The health benefits of vegetables and fruit rise with consumption, finds study
Families affected by heart disease in India spend over a quarter of income on healthcare, report shows
Vitamin D shows no clear evidence of benefits despite hundreds of studies
Results in journals often fail to match those on ClinicalTrials.gov, study finds
The poisonous “juice” in e-cigarettes
Failing to act on climate change will “cause great suffering,” doctors warn
Studies must have policies on feeding back health related findings to participants, says new guidance
BMA calls for repeal of “intensely damaging” health act
Vitamin D and risk of cause specific death: systematic review and meta-analysis of observational cohort and randomised intervention studies
Vitamin D and multiple health outcomes: umbrella review of systematic reviews and meta-analyses of observational studies and randomised trials
Treating infant colic with the probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri : double blind, placebo controlled randomised trial
Targets for dementia diagnoses will lead to overdiagnosis
Vitamin D and chronic disease prevention
Probiotics and infant colic
Why the Sun 's breast check campaign may actually harm women
GMC should have power to appeal decisions on fitness to practise, MPs say
Modern management of splenic trauma
A man with fever, a productive cough, and a striking chest radiograph
An unusual cause of acute hip pain
English clinical commissioning groups: how to ensure their first birthday isn't their last
Arthroscopy for degenerate meniscal tears of the knee
Why doctors and their organisations must help tackle climate change: an essay by Eric Chivian
Introducing a new group B meningococcus vaccine
“Patientgate” and other stories …
Trish Greenhalgh: Guiltiest pleasure? Wagner
Does it work to pay people to live healthier lives?
Polio virus spreads from Syria to Iraq
I parodied a drug company's direct-to-consumer advertising on YouTube
Antidepressant efficacy of agomelatine: meta-analysis of published and unpublished studies
Climate change and human survival
Fed up with forms
Autism diagnoses in the US rise by 30%, CDC reports
Doctor is struck off after practising anaesthetics “as she would in Spain”
Education team of the year: innovative approaches to support better care
Hard choices lie ahead over how to pay for care, says commission
Experts criticise study suggesting that sons of men who smoked before puberty have more body fat
Quality and Outcomes Framework indicators should not be used without proper clinical evidence
Care.data: how Northern Ireland is doing it
The Secure Anonymised Information Linkage (SAIL) system in Wales has privacy protection at its heart
The Scottish Health and Ethnicity Linkage Study shows the value of national datasets and that data can be securely linked
Interval bowel cancers may not be detected on faecal occult blood testing
Developing the use of digital recording of consultations to improve patient care
Using CD disc recordings of oncology consultations to help patients handle large amounts of information
NICE's work towards a national clinical audit results database
Routinely test for HIV in everyone presenting with unexplained lymphopenia
Establishing an audio recording service for patients with prostate cancer
Using cheaper antibiotics to treat MRSA infection in India
Perils of launching a new vaccination campaign
Gordon Robert Bruce Skinner
Hearing impairment in a 5 year old child
Expert views: what the next Indian government should do for health and healthcare
Clinical audit: more of a dream than a reality in India
Using a caregiver, partner, or parent as a “listening device”
When used appropriately, NICE's traffic light system for febrile children helps clinicians make safe and appropriate decisions
Climate change is a health emergency
Investigation into stem cell research claims finds scientific misconduct by researcher and lack of supervision by coauthors
Enrollment in US health insurance exchanges tops seven million
Judge makes 15 year old girl ward of court after mother refuses to allow nasojejunal tube feeding
Ketamine helps a third of patients with treatment resistant depression, finds small UK study
Transparency campaigners welcome new rules for clinical trials in Europe
Good health among cancer survivors varies widely, finds report
Alcohol guidelines are not working, says UK charity
Routine referral letters share clinical data without patients’ consent
Drug company boards often include academic medical center officials, says US study
Government is “minded” to introduce plain packaging—after another consultation
Implementation of the working time directive has had an adverse impact on training in the UK, taskforce says
56 private organisations were granted access to NHS patient data last year
Thousands of patients who lack mental capacity are to have care reviewed after Supreme Court ruling