Screening women for intimate partner violence in healthcare settings: abridged Cochrane systematic review and meta-analysis
Managing common breastfeeding problems in the community
Frank Bernard Cockett
Devolution and health: data and democracy
Italian doctors behind an unproved stem cell therapy face prosecution
First patient with MERS in US is improving, but number of cases worldwide doubles in six weeks to 6 May
Is the billion unit pledge just window dressing?
Poverty in the United Kingdom: from bad to worse
David William Bookless
Scientist concludes that easy stem cell production published in Nature “does not work”
Hugh Conway
Philip Michael Elwin
David Sloan Ross
US teen pregnancies, births, and abortions hit historical lows
India's Supreme Court tells government to improve road safety record
Mothers who turn to surrogacy to support their families face ostracism, study shows
Newborn babies will be tested for four more disorders, committee decides
Two thirds of British public think spending on NHS should increase
Comparative effectiveness of long term drug treatment strategies to prevent asthma exacerbations: network meta-analysis
Collecting data on female genital mutilation
General practice needs investment to provide enhanced services, says BMA
Labour would divert £100m from NHS reorganisation into primary care
Operating to remove recurrent colorectal cancer: have we got it right?
Quantification of risk factors for herpes zoster: population based case-control study
Why schools should promote students’ health and wellbeing
Girl of 13 has the capacity to decide to have an abortion, High Court rules
NHS Choose and Book appointment system will be replaced
Long term maintenance of weight loss with non-surgical interventions in obese adults: systematic review and meta-analyses of randomised controlled trials
AMA data operation makes millions, even monitors non-members
The “Saatchi bill” is mistargeted and will put vulnerable patients at risk
The “Saatchi bill” will cause serious problems for the medical profession
The Saatchi gamble that law will drive creativity in medicine
“Saatchi bill”: legal hurdles and clinical irrelevance
No medical innovation without accessible documentation
Author's reply to Poole, Conway, Bewley, Sundar, and Chalmers and Firkins
The need for initial specialist assessment in suspected dementia
The difficulty and dangers of diagnosing dementia
Power imbalance prevents shared decision making
Financing for health in India
Low carb diets and other stories…
Achieving quality of care in dementia by appropriate and timely diagnosis
Sinusitis of dental origin
Author's reply to Sleath, Coebergh, and Burns and colleagues
Nutritional survey data are inaccurate
Lack of evidence that saturated fat causes cardiovascular disease
Authors’ reply to Winkler and Ravnskov
Reception of the “Saatchi bill”
Obesity and lower teenage pregnancy rates
In brief
Guidelines underestimate US cervical cancer rates and older women's risk, study finds
Spontaneous pneumothorax
Resources for emergency laparotomy vary widely across England and Wales
Researchers commit to greater openness on research involving animals in the UK
I certified deaths after judicial executions—and I believe capital punishment should be abolished
Excellence in healthcare is celebrated at The BMJ Awards 2014
A student with macrocytic anaemia
Maintenance treatment for adults with chronic asthma
Effects of nutritional supplementation for HIV patients starting antiretroviral treatment: randomised controlled trial in Ethiopia
Alistair Burns: Slippery when wet
The world's deadliest animal
Care of dying review shows shortcomings in palliative care
MPs and peers call for greater patient power
Adverse effects of statins
Colorectal cancer: a cautionary tale
Drug development is at risk from proposed takeover of AstraZeneca, MPs are told
Should people at low risk of cardiovascular disease take a statin?
Hospital ownership of doctors’ practices is linked to higher prices and spending, US study finds
Saturated fat is not the major issue
Medicare spends billions on “low value” services, US study finds
Alcohol consumption kills 3.3 million people a year, WHO calculates
New guidance urges NHS commissioners to buy ethically
Merger with AstraZeneca will create a scientific “powerhouse,” says Pfizer
US citizens are living longer and consuming more prescription drugs than ever, finds report
Boehringer Ingelheim increases access to clinical trial data
NICE advises certain groups to take daily vitamin D supplement
Statins for all over 50? No
Who are we treating?
Two large meals may be better for diabetic patients than six smaller meals, study shows
All NHS bodies should offer three cycles of IVF, says NICE
Subjects no more: what happens when trial participants realize they hold the power?
GP accused of being involved in female genital mutilation fails to have charges thrown out
Merger of two hospital trusts is approved under new, faster approval process