Harms and benefits of screening young people to prevent sudden cardiac death
Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy
Preventing sudden cardiac death in athletes
Triangular lunulae in nail-patella syndrome
Tooth avulsion
Prevention of falls in older people living in the community
Nicotine without smoke—putting electronic cigarettes in context
Methotrexate monotherapy and methotrexate combination therapy with traditional and biologic disease modifying antirheumatic drugs for rheumatoid arthritis: abridged Cochrane systematic review and network meta-analysis
Pulmonary nodules in a man with a history of bone marrow transplantation
Effect of age and sex on efficacy and tolerability of β blockers in patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction: individual patient data meta-analysis
Holism and holistic
A patient who changed my practice
Travellers' diarrhoea
Sparse data bias: a problem hiding in plain sight
Inequalities in use of total hip arthroplasty for hip fracture: population based study
What does it mean to put new hepatitis C drugs on a list of essential medicines?
Pregnant women in war zones
Education team finalists
β blockers for heart failure
Neurology team finalists
Xianming Wang
Antidepressant use and cardiovascular risk: moving from emotive rhetoric towards evidence based care
Too much scrutiny is bad for general practice
Paediatric sepsis: the race is on
Ward safety reporting by parents and other stories…
Should we welcome food industry funding of public health research?
Diabetes team finalists
Peter Piot: Mentor for global health
David Oliver: Progress on dementia in hospital
Data on benefits of screening for sudden cardiac death are withheld
UK research paper of the year
Sixty seconds on… Mind the Rota Gap
Children at risk as junior contract dispute drags on, royal college says
Delivering on the promise of universal health coverage
Total hip arthroplasty after hip fracture
Terry-Nan Tannenbaum
Seven days in medicine: 13-19 April
Junior doctors' strike: which side's reach exceeds its grasp?
Five minutes with… Rachel Clarke, junior doctor strike protester
Older people need an individualised approach to treating hypertension
Health anxiety: the silent, disabling epidemic
Screening for mental problems in people presenting with hypertension and comorbidities
Drug users' families demand end to “war on drugs”
Authors' reply to Ninan and Millar and Abou-saleh
Hospital trusts will adapt junior doctor contract if they have to
Incidence of dementia in UK men is lower than previously estimated
Breaking point
Loneliness is associated with higher risk of stroke and heart disease, study finds
GMC issues advice on safe rotas for junior doctors
UK scientists would lose money and influence under “Brexit,” says Lords report
Underweight patients have higher risk of death after myocardial infarction, study finds
Medicaid expansion increased low income patients' coverage and use of healthcare, study finds
Better mental healthcare in England may have reduced suicides
Aspirin may reduce risk of metastases and death in patients with cancer, study finds
Potassium intake and cardiovascular outcomes and other stories…
GMC relaxes length of time sanctions will appear on doctors' records
GP services in England get multibillion cash injection in landmark deal
Some scientists are exempted from government's “gagging clause”
Ian John Davis
Otis Brawley—one of the first to question the value of screening
Mildred Hilario Genesio de Souza
Leonard Jacobs
Donald Macdonald
John Victor Sowton
Government must follow the evidence before implementing seven day GP services
Call for preventive care for rheumatic heart disease in refugee children
Sixty seconds on… placing GPs in hospital emergency departments
Stigma is leading to under-treatment of mental health conditions, says leading psychiatrist
Risk of stroke after transient ischaemic attack is lower than previously thought, study finds
Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP) performance of doctors who passed Professional and Linguistic Assessments Board (PLAB) tests compared with UK medical graduates: national data linkage study
Gender dysphoria: shared care is the answer
Unequal treatment of transgender people
Government's pledges on mental health are not backed with funding, says spending watchdog
George Alberti: Laid back, iconoclastic, irreverent
Smokers and overweight patients are denied surgery, royal college finds
US hepatitis C virus testing recommendations may miss 25% of cases, study finds
A man with altered mental status and metabolic acidosis
Author's reply to Luke
Weekend admission to psychiatric hospital is not linked to increased risk of death
Mediterranean diet reduces cardiovascular events in people with heart disease, study shows
Staff shortages are putting UK breast cancer screening “at risk,” survey finds
Nearly six in 10 medical colleges in India did not publish any research in past 10 years
Putting health inequalities to music
Suicide rates rise sharply in the US, figures show
How to fix out of hours care
NHS England provides a major boost for general practice
Immunotherapy tablet helps control asthma in people with house dust mite allergy
Five minutes with… Sarah Wollaston MP
A neonate with dyspnoea
Hunt offers to meet BMA chair to try to avert all-out strike by junior doctors
No increased heart failure risk is reported with DPP-4 inhibitors
Concern over arsenic in infants' rice products rises after US study
Margaret McCartney: How to misspend £2.4bn
Prescribing sodium oxybate for narcolepsy
Patient safety took second place to research needs at NIH hospital, says report
Seven days in medicine: 20-26 April
A man with severe abdominal pain
Government abused power as sole employer of junior doctors, says BMA chair
E-cigarettes are a “gateway from smoking,” RCP concludes
Quentin Young
Rebuilding the front line
NICE approves innovative treatment for moderate to severe heart failure
Bitter dispute leads junior doctors to take unprecedented action
The strike in numbers
Supplements such as fish oils improve antidepressant effectiveness, review finds
Mark Porter interview: the government will realise its mistake
Specialised services “swallow up” increasing share of NHS budget
GP admits to falsifying clinical trial of insomnia drug
Children in care often refused mental health treatment, say MPs
Prosecution of US psychologists who ran CIA torture program moves a step closer
Royal college told to stop taking money from infant formula milk firms
An abnormal post-procedure chest radiograph
David Oliver: Good medical leaders
The NHS's sustainability and transformation plans: doing so much with so little
What is the diagnosis?
Experts and activists discuss how to get “right care” for patients
Kenneth Haddon Trigg
Margretta Eleanor Addis-Jones
Katherine Nola Williams
Francis Anthony Almond
Barbara Cushnaghan
Jerome Gerald Lewis
Petition urges GSK and Pfizer to lower price of pneumonia vaccine
Why some patients are keeping their heads down
Yoga may improve asthma symptoms, Cochrane review finds
Half of people seen at English hospitals after self harming do not receive mental health assessment
Main paediatric centre in Aleppo is destroyed by airstrike
High Court is expected to hear challenges to junior doctor contract in June
Clause in junior contract that allows terms to vary is “a form of slavery,” says barrister
Consider legalising drugs despite UN treaties, says influential commission
US drug regulator warns manufacturers that it will not accept data from Indian research center
Research funds should be returned if findings can't be reproduced, proposes Merck chief
Over half of qualified GPs are now women, show HSCIC data
Troubled mental health trust is still putting patients at risk, warns CQC