Clinical encounters in the post-guidelines era
BMA meeting: Early dementia diagnosis is pointless without support services
Tweeting and rule breaking at conferences
House Republicans release plan to replace Affordable Care Act
Significant numbers of consultant obstetricians and gynaecologists report bullying
Fusion for lumbar spinal stenosis?
UK stands by nasal flu vaccine for children as US doctors are told to stop using it
New bone turnover measure is more accurate predictor of postmenopausal bone loss
GRADE Evidence to Decision (EtD) frameworks: a systematic and transparent approach to making well informed healthcare choices. 1: Introduction
Risk of hip, subtrochanteric, and femoral shaft fractures among mid and long term users of alendronate: nationwide cohort and nested case-control study
Guidance on acetylcysteine for paracetamol ingestion needs review
Authors' reply to Thomas and colleagues
Guidance is needed on synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists and cannabis
Referring frail patients with COPD for rehab … and other stories
Poor uptake of interdisciplinary medicine reviews for older people is a barrier to deprescribing
Citizens' juries could help to guide screening policy
Caring with evidence based medicine
Threshold for surgery to reduce ovarian cancer risk should be lowered, suggests study
Raised inflammatory markers may indicate poorer quality of life in advanced cancer
Trials of Zika vaccine are set to begin in North America
US Supreme Court strikes down key provisions of restrictive Texas abortion law
Brexit could worsen NHS staff shortages, doctors warn
Impact of statin related media coverage on use of statins: interrupted time series analysis with UK primary care data
Discontinuation and restarting in patients on statin treatment: prospective open cohort study using a primary care database
Comparison of rates of safety issues and reporting of trial outcomes for medical devices approved in the European Union and United States: cohort study
Medical research in India and the rise of non-communicable disease
Statins, news, and nuance
Tampon makers could help reduce violence against women
Anthony Costello: Irreverent, melancholic, dogged
David Oliver: The forgotten problem of incontinence
I'm a healthy patient; get me out of here
UK science and health outside the EU
Brexit threatens stability of medical science workforce, researchers have warned
Targeted campaigns must help ethnic minorities spot cancer signs, researchers say
Doctors give patients potentially harmful procedures at end of life, global review finds
Routine pelvic examinations have no confirmed benefits, US panel concludes
GRADE Evidence to Decision (EtD) frameworks: a systematic and transparent approach to making well informed healthcare choices. 2: Clinical practice guidelines
A brushfire in the eye
Hereditary haemochromatosis
Contact dermatitis
What happens to data gathered by health and wellness apps?
Why drug approval needs better evidence
BMA annual meeting: Unmanageable workload is pushing GPs to go part time, GP leader warns
France's air pollution causes 48 000 deaths a year
AMA calls for end to ban on gun violence research
BMA annual meeting: Proposed junior contract is a good deal, Malawana says
Sixty seconds on … AspireAssist
Charity warns of humanitarian catastrophe in Nigeria
Physician health programs under fire
Drug company is suspended from UK industry body after “deception on a grand scale”
Seven days in medicine: 22-28 June 2016
Surgeon who removed patient's testicle is struck off
Beyond the referendum
Set a low bar for starting palliative care
Beyond Brexit
Moderate physical activity in older adults is not associated with reduced cardiovascular events
Skin examination training can help patients and their partners find new melanomas
Children under 5 dying from preventable diseases, says UN
MPs condemn lack of rigour in how UK's £6bn science budget is spent
Global helium crisis deflates after discovery of African reserve
Medical data of 655 000 Americans put up for sale by hacker
A third of British describe NHS funding crisis as “severe”
Patient focused registries can improve health, care, and science
Screening for asymptomatic bacteriuria before total joint arthroplasty
What does Brexit mean for doctors working in the UK?
Media coverage of statins may have led to 2000 cardiovascular events
BMJ Awards South Asia 2016: Nominate a healthcare champion today
Health professionals cast doubts over personal budgets for pregnant women
Use existing staff to drive integrated care, says report
Nurofen advertisement was misleading, says watchdog
Parents of children having heart surgery at Bristol hospital “were let down”