Chronic kidney disease in elderly people: disease or disease label?
I chose reconstruction, but not to “look good”
NICE guidelines on the menopause
New bowel cancer screening test is recommended for England
Barrie Vernon-Roberts
John Brown Morris
Donald Campbell McNutt
David Mortimer Hill
Mary Catterall
Only patients with BP below 160/100 should be referred for surgery to avoid cancellations, guidelines say
Zika virus outbreak prompts US to issue travel alert to pregnant women
Half million US women at risk of genital mutilation, study finds
US military prepares to punish soldiers who attacked MSF hospital
Details of French trial must be released urgently, say UK experts
NHS plans sugar tax on food and drink sold in hospitals by 2020
Female doctors hit back at claim they avoid antisocial hours
First death by voluntary euthanasia in Quebec is confirmed
Bivalirudin in the treatment of acute coronary syndrome
Margaret McCartney: Regulation doesn't guarantee safety
Localised myxoedema complicating Graves' disease
Lanthanum carbonate in chronic renal failure
Vandals force volunteer doctors to close clinic in Calais's refugee camp
Anatomical conundrum
David Oliver: Rehabilitation is part of medicine
Five minutes with … Wellcome Trust's Nicola Perrin
Laurence Langdon
Winifred E Heller
Rheumatic diseases should be actively treated in pregnancy, new guidelines say
Real acupuncture for hot flushes is no better than sham, study finds
Keeping homeless patients off the streets
Austerity cuts are eroding benefits of Sure Start children's centres
Breast surgeon faces 21 charges of unlawfully wounding 11 patients
Junior doctors welcome strike suspension
Patient choice in opt-in, active choice, and opt-out HIV screening: randomized clinical trial
Atrial fibrillation as risk factor for cardiovascular disease and death in women compared with men: systematic review and meta-analysis of cohort studies
Screening for HIV infection
Management of psychotropic drugs during pregnancy
Geraldine Strathdee: Cooking on gas
Sunburnt on a hospital ward
Deep sulcus sign in chest trauma
Worms in the emergency department
When mental capacity becomes an issue in medical practice
Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India replies to article on India's health camps
Author's response to Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India's reply to his article
Organ donation opt-out will lead to more angry ghosts, not fewer
Sharing clinical trial data
Oral health of Americans is no better, and may be worse, than that of the English
Importance of survival strategies after a zombie pandemic
Weather scientists cite Bob Dylan too
Authors' reply to Beales
Study on suicide risk assessment in mental illness underestimates inpatient suicide risk
Authors' reply to Large
Public health—the frontline cuts begin
The need to develop occupational health services for doctors with ill health
End of life care is more hospital-centric in England than in US, research finds
Sexual health services: divided and unprotected
Surgical anaesthesia does not impair cognition in later life, study shows
Sixty seconds on … striking junior doctors
UK dementia care “lottery” is unsustainable, conference hears
FDA fails to monitor fast tracked drugs after approval, says US watchdog
Decisions on restarting anticoagulation should be made earlier after rebleeding
Medical students' views on the new junior doctor contract
Efficacy and safety of betahistine treatment in patients with Meniere's disease: primary results of a long term, multicentre, double blind, randomised, placebo controlled, dose defining trial (BEMED trial)
Whole genome sequencing for tuberculosis and other stories …
Failure of care in mental health trust: Déjà vu in terms of treatment of people with learning disabilities?
Computer algorithm could help GPs predict dementia risk
Seven days in medicine: 16-22 January
Indian editors urge medical council to rethink publication guidelines for academic promotions
Attacking the devil: the thalidomide story
Minding our words
Physiotherapy and occupational therapy do not improve early Parkinson's disease, study finds
Government blocked guidance that urged minimum staff ratios in emergency departments
“Exorbitant” regulator fee rises will damage patient care, warns BMA
Doctors need to adopt “realistic” medicine, says Scotland's chief medical officer
Betahistine for Meniere's disease
Are India's quacks the answer to its shortage of doctors?
Jamaica advises women to avoid pregnancy as Zika virus approaches
Retention crisis in general practice must be tackled, says think tank
Ebola survivors: not out of the woods yet
Pneumatosis intestinalis of the entire gastrointestinal tract
Keratosis lichenoides chronica
Ebola vaccine will be made available for emergency use
Use texts, apps, and Skype to keep young people with diabetes engaged with services, says guidance
Data on diabetes care should be used to identify poorly performing CCGs, say MPs
Ireland is to install supervised injecting rooms
Drug companies vow to work more closely with governments to combat antimicrobial resistance
Patients to test whether new technologies help manage conditions
Demonstrating junior doctors ask Jeremy Hunt to stop misusing statistics
Researchers must share data to ensure publication in top journals
Sugar tax campaigners plea for action ahead of obesity strategy
Government made concessions on weekend working for junior doctors, leaked letter shows