Peter John Leslie
Anal itching
High iron levels are associated with risk of gestational diabetes, study finds
Failure to engage clinicians is putting STPs at risk, says think tank
Healthy lifestyle halves heart risk in people at high genetic risk, study finds
Drug firms need to tackle affordability
US task force recommends statins in healthy people despite limited benefits
Manufacturers tell FDA why they should be able to promote drugs and devices off label
Stop demanding antibiotics for children with conjunctivitis, royal college tells schools
Community acquired pneumonia incidence before and after proton pump inhibitor prescription: population based study
Non-violent drug users should face no penalty—a call from the Global Commission on Drug Policy
How changes to drug prohibition could be good for the UK—an essay by Molly Meacher and Nick Clegg
Sustainability and transformation plans: a troubled start
The war on drugs has failed: doctors should lead calls for drug policy reform
Doctors, their leaders, and the drug policy debate
Sixty seconds on … soda taxes
Risks of duloxetine for stress incontinence outweigh benefits, say researchers
Five minutes with … Peter Fleming
What's happening with the consultant contract negotiations?
GPs' antibiotic prescribing falls more than 5% in a year
BMA gives up strike mandate on junior contract
GPs award potential £700m contract to Virgin Care
America's healthcare dilemma
Women's groups fear Republicans will reduce access to contraception and abortion
Trusts and CCG behind collapse of £800m contract were “grossly irresponsible,” say MPs
Spontaneous lingual haematoma secondary to thrombolysis
Managing recovery from concussion
A patient with head and neck swelling
Severe abdominal pain in an 85 year old woman
Chronic insomnia: diagnosis and non-pharmacological management
RCGP's reply to medicine and the media article on industry sponsorship
Industry sponsorship—what do patients think?
Inactive elders in Portugal … and other stories
Voluntary targets for food companies will not end childhood obesity
Repeating the success of the salt reduction programme
A national prescription drug line could help to assess the non-medical use of prescription drugs
Helen Stokes-Lampard: GPs' new chair and champion
More than half of stroke patients were not given preventive drugs, study finds
Obamacare and abortion under threat, but soda tax and marijuana laws are passed in some states
Skipping breakfast and poor sleep linked to childhood obesity, study finds
No gruel, and Spode china: eating at the Foundling Hospital
Babies with microcephaly in Brazil are struggling to access care
NHS needs 4% a year funding rise until 2030, trust heads tell peers
US adults are more likely to have poor health than those in 10 similar countries, survey finds
Senior surgeon's conviction for manslaughter is quashed
Effect of early supervised physiotherapy on recovery from acute ankle sprain: randomised controlled trial
Predicting the chances of a live birth after one or more complete cycles of in vitro fertilisation: population based study of linked cycle data from 113 873 women
Supervised physiotherapy for mild or moderate ankle sprain
Allocation concealment in randomised controlled trials: are we getting better?
Talking trash
Proton pump inhibitors and community acquired pneumonia
Child refugees: the right to compassion
Seven days in medicine: 9 to 15 November 2016
Old lessons relearnt
Physiotherapy plan does not benefit simple ankle sprains, study finds
Online tool predicts chances of conceiving with IVF
Academies urge UK government to invest in research after Brexit vote
Number of GP consultations rises by 10% in two years, analysis finds