Gradual loss of vision in adults
Cluster randomised trials with repeated cross sections: alternatives to parallel group designs
Stroke care after discharge varies widely across UK, audit finds
Road traffic fatalities in Greece have continued to fall during the financial crisis
Epidemiological surveys might underestimate waterpipe smoking
David Sackett and the birth of Evidence Based Medicine: How to Practice and Teach EBM
Open access to economic outcome data will help to bridge the gap between clinical trials and clinical guidelines
The complexities of charitable giving
Clinical commissioning groups’ performance will be formally assessed
Pfizer steps up battle to defend control of pregabalin
India makes strides in some, but not all, health goals, finds WHO
Blood test for Down's syndrome is safe and effective, say researchers
Outcome of delirium in critically ill patients: systematic review and meta-analysis
Doctor is charged with manslaughter over woman who died after abortion
Correction to “Author's reply to Tovey and colleagues”
Regression based quasi-experimental approach when randomisation is not an option: interrupted time series analysis
When drugs don't make it to market
Martin Fisher
Sepsis in children
Cognitive behavioural therapy can help chronic insomnia, review finds
Uncertainty in sample estimates: standard error
Surgery for low grade ductal carcinoma in situ does not improve survival, study finds
In brief
Experts question IARC report saying benefits of mammography in older women outweigh risks
One in four US children exposed to weapon violence, study finds
Preparedness explains some differences between Haiti and Nepal's response to earthquake
Transfer of services from NHS to private provider was “unmitigated disaster,” report says
Doctor told to repay £98 000 to NHS after working as locum while on paid sick leave
Medical abortions more common than surgery for first time in 2014 in England and Wales
Time to consider the risks of caesarean delivery for long term child health
Sylvia Ann Marletta
James Michael Taylor
Richard Cenric Humphreys
Jocelyn Cornwell: Innovative, sociable would-be foodie
Geoffrey Davies
John Hedley Cule
Stewart Henry Brew
Anatomy classes, but not as we know them
Experts call for tobacco industry to pay for smoking cessation work
Women are four times less likely to have curative surgery if breast cancer is diagnosed as emergency rather than urgent GP referral
Margaret McCartney: Trust the patient
Health reform law is the “new reality,” says Obama
Manchester expands seven day general practice to three million people
High INR on warfarin
Selective reporting in trials of high risk cardiovascular devices: cross sectional comparison between premarket approval summaries and published reports
Benzodiazepine prescribing patterns and deaths from drug overdose among US veterans receiving opioid analgesics: case-cohort study
Selective clinical trial reporting: betraying trial participants, harming patients
Comparison of content of FDA letters not approving applications for new drugs and associated public announcements from sponsors: cross sectional study
Paid for by the NHS, treated privately
Person centred coordinated care: where does the QOF point us?
Pachydermodactyly
Long term drugs for children and other stories
CPR before medical services arrive more than doubles survival after cardiac arrest
Conflict of interest: forward not backward
India's intensive care unit on rails
MPs will debate assisted dying bill in September
G7 leaders offer little commitment to tackle future disease outbreaks
One dose of HPV vaccine could prevent most cervical cancers, studies show
Conference urges further consultation on NICE diabetes guidance
Single budgets for health and social care are vital for integration, says think tank
UK vaccine damage scheme must pay £120 000 to boy who developed narcolepsy after swine flu vaccination
Doctor accused of drugging, experimenting on, and sexually exploiting military trainees
Campaigners urge India to resist pressure to change patent laws
People taking proton pump inhibitors may have increased risk of myocardial infarction, study shows