Impact of proton pump inhibitor treatment on gastrointestinal bleeding associated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug use among post-myocardial infarction patients taking antithrombotics: nationwide study
A rash starting on the palms and soles
Endre “Andrew” Czeizel
Epidermal burn at a PEG site
Remove policies that restrict access to opioids in developing countries, says report
Twins with incurable progressive disease can be taken off life support, High Court rules
Report questions FDA approval of controversial anticoagulant
GP says “pointless” tendering of his practice caused staff to leave
Non-residents with unpaid NHS bills can be reported to Home Office, Court of Appeal rules
GMC asks for child pornography case to be referred to High Court
Initiative is launched to map state level disease burden in India
Thousands of junior doctors march against new contract
David Richard Firth
Investigating hyperkalaemia in adults
Acute coronary syndromes
Doing the right thing
The rise and rise of generic prescribing
CT screening in current moderate smokers may be justified as study finds similar lung cancer risk to heavier smokers
Global deaths from road incidents plateau
Public Health England denies conspiracy over obesity report's timing
Poor countries press for extension of exemption from drug patents
“Yes” vote predicted for junior doctors' ballot on industrial action
Clinical commissioning group asks GPs to scrap procedures in bid to reduce £23m deficit
Faecal transplants
It will take more than an opt-out system to increase organ donation: prioritise donors to receive organs
Risk of cancer from occupational exposure to ionising radiation: retrospective cohort study of workers in France, the United Kingdom, and the United States (INWORKS)
Ionising radiation in the workplace
Management of chronic hepatitis B infection
Giant exudative masses of major joints
Breaking a hip and other stories …
Alan Johnson: “Utterly charming. Delusional”
Duty of candour should not be tied to an “apology”
Vitamin D supplements may be needed when calcium supplements are not
Clear guidance on calcium and vitamin D supplements is lacking
The BMJ , take heed: almost all studies have some degree of bias
Conflicts in serving both non-profit and for-profit medical centres
Retraction of biased journal articles
Data sharing is desirable, but benefits should not be exaggerated
Hyperkalaemia on the surgical ward
Low public health risk of MERS-CoV in people returning from the Hajj
Authors' reply to Waldron and Doherty
NICE approval of new hepatitis drug could result in £700m bill for NHS
Managing risk of hepatitis B after sharps injuries
Start mammography at age 45, US guideline recommends
Authors' reply to De Schryver and colleagues
Junior doctors: it's not about the money
New contract would mean doctors are “overworked, underpaid, undervalued, demoralised”
Review blocked by English health secretary backs sugar tax to tackle obesity
Difficulty accessing data from randomised trials of drugs for heart failure: a call for action
Can video recording revolutionise medical quality?
Secondhand smoke and incidence of dental caries in deciduous teeth among children in Japan: population based retrospective cohort study
BMJ editor writes to Hunt over misuse of weekend mortality data
Acute Achilles tendon rupture
Restructured abstracts for research in The BMJ
Sixty seconds on: flu vaccination
Five minutes with Mark Britnell: Does a perfect health system exist?
Mediterranean diet is associated with reduced brain shrinkage in older people, study finds
Seven days in medicine: 17-23 October
Discharge delays reach eight year high as social care budgets are squeezed
A new print BMJ for all UK doctors
Diabetes care in England improves little, NAO report shows
Antivirals, pandemic planning, and failure to heed calls for trial data
More complaints should be resolved locally, says health ombudsman
Seven in 10 junior doctors will leave NHS if new contract is imposed, survey finds
Lack of coordination during Ebola outbreak was a “lost opportunity” to test therapies
NHS values should be preserved, but institutions changed, former health secretary tells conference
Scottish NHS needs fundamental change, report warns
Obama outlines plan to curb prescription drug and heroin misuse
Primary care commissioners need five year budgets to transform care, says report