Antivirals for herpes simplex viruses
Short term use of oral corticosteroids and related harms among adults in the United States: population based cohort study
Is tonsillectomy recommended in adults with recurrent tonsillitis?
Dexamethasone versus standard treatment for postoperative nausea and vomiting in gastrointestinal surgery: randomised controlled trial (DREAMS Trial)
Lower urinary tract symptoms in an older man
Thomas George Price
Implementing shared decision making in the NHS: lessons from the MAGIC programme
Ruth Kennedy
Should we intubate patients during cardiopulmonary resuscitation?
Focus on the person, not the problem
Seven days in medicine: 5-11 April 2017
Margaret McCartney: Why ask, if you ignore the answer?
Making the NHS and social care system sustainable
David Oliver: Choosing to be honest about patient choice
Specialist silk clothing does not reduce eczema severity in children
Restrictions on trans fatty acids are linked to fall in cardiovascular events
NHS thrombectomy plan needs more doctors, say stroke experts
Encouraging young and old to interact in care settings
NHS may turn to private sources for cash boost
Medical devices face tougher premarket testing under new EU laws
Single high sensitivity troponin test can rule out MI, evidence confirms
NHS trusts continue to think they are over-regulated, survey finds
London commissioning group plans to restrict cataract surgery to “exceptional” cases
Tax on sugary drinks in California cuts sales by 10%
Independent board needed to promote research integrity, US panel says
Vanguards start to change practice but will lessons be applied nationwide?
Unconscious bias must be tackled to reduce worry about overseas trained doctors, says BAPIO
Alternative surgical training model will be trialled from 2018
Sleep problems in toddlers are linked to touch screen use, survey finds
Five minutes with … Susan Lanham-New
Sixty seconds on … teen pregnancies
GPs urged to be cautious when assessing patients' fitness for endurance sports
Health secretary orders inquiry into babies' deaths at Shrewsbury and Telford
Indian surgeons call for end to unnecessary operations in private sector
The BMJ Awards 2017: Cardiology
Antidepressants in pregnancy are not associated with autism risk, new study finds
“I've got a lump in my throat”
Childhood adversity and risk of suicide: cohort study of 548 721 adolescents and young adults in Sweden
Association between active commuting and incident cardiovascular disease, cancer, and mortality: prospective cohort study
Avoid missing a rare condition by colouring your judgment purple
If your patient doesn't speak the same language as you …
A painful wrist after a fall
Acute appendicitis
Impact of study outcome on submission and acceptance metrics for peer reviewed medical journals: six year retrospective review of all completed GlaxoSmithKline human drug research studies
Active commuting is beneficial for health
Kiran Patel: Eyes on the front line
Walk/Don't Walk neighbourhoods … and other stories
Parents against prohibition: campaigning for drug law reform
Medical charity will help GPs defy government's immigration crackdown
Seven days in medicine: 12-18 April 2017
The BMJ Awards 2017: Mental Health
Treat addictions with evidence, not ideology
Coca-Cola's secret influence on medical and science journalists
WHO surgical safety checklist cuts post-surgical deaths by 22%, US study finds
Cycling to work has substantial health benefits, study finds
Early treatment cuts disability in rheumatoid arthritis, UK study suggests
Time for an overhaul at the World Medical Association
Fewer than half of patients take high intensity statins two years after MI
Irish MP calls for key documents on Pandemrix to be handed to lawyers representing children with narcolepsy
Terence J Wilkin
Joanna Louise Richardson
Charles David Lacey
John Davies
Consultant productivity depends on investment in the system and support staff
Suicidal thoughts and behaviours are influenced by many factors
Suicide risk article points in the wrong direction
India passes law prohibiting discrimination against people with HIV/AIDS
New York University sacks professor for refusing flu shot
Arkansas execution proceeds as pharma companies lose battle to stop use of their drugs
Three doctors struck off for dishonesty are allowed back on medical register