21st Century Cures Act and similar policy efforts: at what cost?
Stepped care for depression and anxiety in visually impaired older adults: multicentre randomised controlled trial
Children are the guardians of our genome
Preterm labour: summary of NICE guidance
Keeping tobacco products out of sight in shops reduces future risk of smoking in teenagers, US study shows
UK should change law on surrogacy to help commissioning parents, report says
NHS should look to Alaska for model of reform, conference is told
BMA rebuts concern that junior doctors on strike wouldn't attend major incident
WHO “should focus on core activities” in light of problems over Ebola response
Climate science: frequently asked questions
Identify sepsis in patients by using early warning scores, doctors are urged
Breast feeding may cut risk of diabetes in high risk women
Paris climate change talks: what doctors need to know
Wider political context underlying the NHS junior doctors' dispute
Pfizer and Allergan agree $160bn merger deal
Extra £3.8bn for NHS will be undermined by public health and social care cuts, experts predict
Diagnosing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
British American Tobacco puts tobacco in new e-cigarette
Association between day of delivery and obstetric outcomes: observational study
Long term trends in prevalence of neural tube defects in Europe: population based study
Is there a weekend effect in obstetrics?
Folic acid fortification for Europe?
Methylphenidate for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children and adolescents: Cochrane systematic review with meta-analyses and trial sequential analyses of randomised clinical trials
Methylphenidate for ADHD
How to estimate the health benefits of additional research and changing clinical practice
Loss of fingerprints secondary to palmoplantar erythrodysesthesia in a patient on capecitabine chemotherapy
The title “Doctor” is an anachronism that disrespects patients
John Tooke: The hunt for brown trout
Selection bias in clinical trials and other stories …
Snake bite: emulating the Indian model might help save thousands of lives
New health promotion for chemsex and γ-hydroxybutyrate (GHB)
Reasons not to ban smoking in psychiatric hospitals
A complete smoking ban in psychiatric hospitals is ethically wrong
Jane Wardle
Margaret McCartney: Why less confidence may be a good thing
Staffing levels are not to blame for worse obstetric outcomes at weekends, study finds
Cardioselective β blockers are safe to use in asthma
Authors' reply to Devitt
Five minutes with … Johann Malawana, chair of BMA's Junior Doctors Committee
CCG advises patients to pay privately for treatments it plans to stop funding on NHS
Acute coronary syndromes: what about older patients with frailty and multiple comorbidities?
Predicting pre-eclampsia
Acute coronary syndromes: key role of rehabilitation and primary care in long term secondary prevention
Migraine doctor loses appeal against findings of dishonesty
Patient commentary: Empowered patients aren't belittled by doctors' titles
Author's reply to Valentine, Ninan, and Dalal and colleagues
HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis could help 1.2 million in US
WHO's role in Ebola crisis is criticised by all sides
Jump in winter deaths last year is blamed on ineffective flu vaccine
Topical corticosteroid misuse in India is harmful and out of control
What are the consequences when doctors strike?
Biomarkers in rheumatic diseases: how can they facilitate diagnosis and assessment of disease activity?
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Pay in the NHS: who earns what?
Sixty seconds on … ADHD
Breast MRI after mammography detects additional aggressive cancers, study shows
The doctor will move in with you now
Seven days in medicine: 21-27 November
Unconscious bias harms patients and staff
The statistical sins of Jeremy Hunt
Progesterone supplements do not reduce risk of recurrent miscarriage, study shows
More sinning than sinned against
Two thirds of families in Maharashtra's “free” health scheme pay for treatment
Discount pharmacies in India will reduce financial burden on patients
BMA welcomes government's U turn on Acas talks ahead of planned strike
Medical training and public health budgets will be cut, Osborne confirms
Human error largely to blame for MSF hospital attack, US investigators say
Secondhand smoke and incidence of dental caries in deciduous teeth among children in Japan: population based retrospective cohort study
“It's the duty of every doctor to get involved with research”
The lung study promising a breath of fresh air in research world
Skunk-like cannabis may damage white matter in the brain, study shows
New cases of HIV in Europe reach highest level since 1980s
Old, white, rich patients find it easier to get GP appointments than young, poor, black patients
German doctor is criticised for saying he would refuse to treat refugees
Poor working conditions in England pose threat to health, says expert
Western blood pressure guidelines may not be appropriate for Asian populations, experts say
Seven days in medicine: 21-27 November
UK's health and social care spending plans: more of the same?
Former health secretary takes on another advisory role in private health sector