How to use biologic agents in patients with rheumatoid arthritis who have comorbid disease
John Patrick Anderson
David Harold Jones
NO HOLDS BARRED: Margaret McCartney: The government's plan to blame and shame people with obesity for having disease
Logging The BMJ 's “patient journey”
Experts call for smoking ban outside pubs and restaurants
John Harmar Mott
Delivering health with integrity of purpose
Pressure from tobacco industry is delaying vital law in Pakistan, say activists
Paul Yate
Michael Patrick Ryan
Venkata Suryanarayana Tanuku
End of life care still requires improvement at nearly half of hospitals, report finds
BMA attacks government for “chasing headlines” instead of tackling NHS problems
“Lifting the carpet” on cheating in medical school exams
Febrile seizures
N C Tan
Taxing sugar should be just one element of a multifaceted campaign
Plan and road map for health reform in Iran
The danger of underlying Chlamydia trachomatis infection in treating urinary tract infection with over-the-counter antibiotics
Don't forget hand care when promoting hand hygiene in hospitals
Combined use of antidepressants and NSAIDs: NNT for intracranial haemorrhage
Study design cannot support link between intracranial haemorrhage, antidepressants, and NSAIDs
Authors' reply to Lewis and Bray
Smoke-free legislation in England has reduced stillbirths, neonatal mortality, and low birth weight
Michael Francis Oliver
China sends in medical teams to cope with casualties of Tianjin blast
Smoke-free legislation in England has reduced stillbirths, neonatal mortality, and low birth weight
White House boosts public health role in response to heroin epidemic
Involving patients in enrolment decisions for acute myocardial infarction trials
Light to moderate intake of alcohol, drinking patterns, and risk of cancer: results from two prospective US cohort studies
Light or moderate drinking is linked to alcohol related cancers, including breast cancer
Teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely to take up smoking, US study finds
Stop smoking services must become “e-cigarette” friendly, says Public Health England
Marjolin's ulcer
Comparative effectiveness and tolerance of treatments for Helicobacter pylori : systematic review and network meta-analysis
The best and worst treatments for Helicobacter pylori
Madelung's disease
Heterochronic parabiosis and other stories …
Professional bodies should provide accreditation of healthcare services to improve patient safety
Ketamine's potential as a rapid antidepressant was overplayed
Admitting when mistakes are made
A doctor who chose an assisted death
Assisted dying: legal ambiguity lets down families as well as patients
Mental capacity as a safeguard in assisted dying: clarity is needed
Assisted dying: law and practice around the world
In brief
India health minister lists measures to meet nation's need for doctors
Assisted dying—time for a full and fair debate
US drug agency approves drug for low sexual desire in women
Working long hours is associated with higher risk of stroke, study shows
Working long hours is associated with higher risk of stroke, study shows
FDA issues warnings to duodenoscope makers linked to infection outbreaks
Consultants will have seven day rotas by 2020, government says in response to open letter
Eight in 10 GPs say indemnity fees are limiting their out-of-hours work
High Court rules against Birmingham University in investigation of leading diabetologist
Correction
David Oliver: What you don't learn at medical school
High blood pressure is warning sign in pregnant women with new headaches, study finds
John Anthony Spencer
Abdur Razzaq
Death from ductal carcinoma in situ is very low except in young and black women, US data show
Kenneth Harold Lewis
Aaron Isaac Goodman
George Mackay Harvey
Thomas Campbell Dow
Isabel Doreen Johnson
Peter Steele-Perkins
Modafinil does enhance cognition, review finds
Till death do us part
Plan and road map for health reform in Iran