Doctors on film
A universal basic income: the answer to poverty, insecurity, and health inequality?
No 10 Stationary Hospital and the chapel ward at Saint-Omer, France, 1914-18
Women with larger social networks have better breast cancer outcomes, study finds
Menopausal symptoms may be confused with side effects of tamoxifen
Targets to reduce malaria unlikely to be met, says WHO
Humanising healthcare
War games and diagnostic errors
Fake penicillin, The Third Man, and Operation Claptrap
The Gatekeeper and the Wizard: the Gatekeeper goes digital
Gillian Mary Hunt
Eric William Taylor
Frequent cannabis slows nerve signal transmission in the eye, study finds
Denis Dewhurst Hilton
John David Elliott Edwards
Colette Denise Gina Le Doux
William Perry Kirkwood Calwell
Statins are linked to reduced Alzheimer's risk, study finds
NHS approach to investigating patient deaths is poor, says regulator
Paediatrician is denied permission to appeal against manslaughter conviction
Advances in the medical management of skin and soft tissue infections
Sniffing out significant “Pee values”: genome wide association study of asparagus anosmia
Sustained enjoyment of life and mortality at older ages: analysis of the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing
Gotta catch'em all! Pokémon GO and physical activity among young adults: difference in differences study
Medicine under fire
Thomas Dover: doctor, privateer, and rescuer of Robinson Crusoe
A Christmas renaissance
Arclight: a pocket ophthalmoscope for the 21st century
Foot orthoses reduce sports injury but shock absorbing insoles do not, study finds
Two urologists conducted research without consent or ethics approval
After “the end of local government as we know it,” what next for social care?
Competition watchdog finds new target: overpriced generics
Colombia sees fourfold increase in microcephaly cases in a year
Hunt says health spending must rise as part of GDP over coming decades
Nominal ISOMERs (Incorrect Spellings Of Medicines Eluding Researchers)—variants in the spellings of drug names in PubMed: a database review
We read spam a lot: prospective cohort study of unsolicited and unwanted academic invitations
Dispelling the nice or naughty myth: retrospective observational study of Santa Claus
Do celebrity endorsements matter? Observational study of BRCA gene testing and mastectomy rates after Angelina Jolie's New York Times editorial
Dear John Hunter
Open toe sandals syndrome
A millennial discharge summary
Christmas crackers: highlights from past years of The BMJ 's seasonal issue
Questions and answers
Angelina Jolie's mastectomy triggered sharp rise in gene testing
MRI helps diagnose fetal brain abnormality after 20 week scan, study finds
Opioid manufacturer bribed doctors to prescribe fentanyl inappropriately, US says
Swap pension pledges for guaranteed care in older age, says NHS boss
Raising council tax to pay for social care is not acceptable, say critics