Management of chronic pain using complementary and integrative medicine
Low LDL cholesterol, PCSK9 and HMGCR genetic variation, and risk of Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease: Mendelian randomisation study
Long term risk of mortality after living kidney donation
Authors’ reply to Mjøen and Holdaas
David Oliver: From acute ward to care home—a journey fewer should take?
Margaret McCartney: Medical school interview courses are needless and unfair
Face-down restraint has no place in modern mental health settings
Authors’ reply to Kruger and Large and Ryan
Aerobic and resistance exercise can boost brain power in over 50s, review finds
Sepsis quality standards are laudable but have low specificity
Patients with MS show increased consultations several years before diagnosis
NHS must assess the evidence before closing emergency departments, report warns
Impact of hearing loss on medical consultations is largely overlooked, review finds
Thousands march in support of science
One in three with cancer diagnosed as emergency had not seen GP, study finds
Nurses must be allowed to exercise professional judgment
Shuntaro Hida
Police cannot continue to plug gaps in mental health provision, chief inspector warns
On the brink of conflict: the people of South Asia deserve better
HIV services are at risk from fragmentation, report warns
Surgeons say they expressed safety concerns to hospital bosses before child's death
The rise of private medicine in South Asia
Implementing shared decision making in the NHS: lessons from the MAGIC programme
Emergency admissions of children and young adults are rising, analysis shows
Delays in GP rescue package are “unacceptable,” says BMA
US doctors are charged with female genital mutilation for first time
US drug regulators should consider adding adults to SSRI suicide warning, says campaigner
Citizens’ assembly recommends unrestricted access to abortion in Ireland
Workload pressure would not be a defence against clinical negligence, barrister warns
NHS managers should face the same regulation as doctors, says Francis
Five minutes with … Jane Sandall
Waist measurement, not BMI, is stronger predictor of death risk, study finds
India launches strategy to curb antimicrobial resistance
Women having surgery for abdominal aortic aneurysm are nearly twice as likely to die as men
NHS must “get its act together” to secure cash for new buildings
Mortality risk during and after opioid substitution treatment: systematic review and meta-analysis of cohort studies
Evolution of biological agents: how established drugs can become less safe
Addiction to exercise
A likely urinary tract infection in a pregnant woman
Pneumoscrotum following computed tomography pneumocolon
Severe postpartum headache
A woman with intermittent heartburn
The patient's dilemma: attending the emergency department with a minor illness
Testing at the bedside … and other stories
Opioid substitution treatment is linked to reduced risk of death in opioid use disorder
Rachel Clarke: Jeremy Hunt, I'm after you
Robert Chapple
“This is new and dynamic, and we are going to have to learn together”
Sixty seconds on … a cure for dementia
The wider role of regulatory scientists
Is there any place for counterterrorism in the NHS?
Seven days in medicine: 19-25 April 2017
What role will the NHS play in the 2017 election?
Mark Arnold Wainberg
Journey of particulate pollution in body is mapped in study
Should doctors engage with counterterrorism?
Labour pledges pay rise for NHS staff
Plain cigarette packs may cut number of smokers, evidence review finds
Cancer diagnostic centres must have high throughput
Oral contraceptive use is a provoking factor for venous thromboembolism
Increase paediatric trainee numbers to meet workforce shortfall, says Royal College
Author's reply to Middeldorp and Iorio
UK spent 9.9% of GDP on healthcare last year, official figures show
Better Care Fund no more than a “ruse” to cover up funding pressures, say MPs
Politicians must commit to increased investment in NHS
Rita Phiroz Anklesaria
Eric Lewis Blair
Robert John Cairns
Robert Desmond Gibson Creery
Geoffrey Munro Gill
Mandatory reporting of fitness to drive doesn't work
Mandatory reporting of medically unsafe drivers is common sense
Standard urine test for cystitis is questioned
MPs raise concern that health department is not prepared for Brexit negotiations
Most drugs paid for by £1.27bn Cancer Drugs Fund had no “meaningful benefit”
Still no “credible plan” to increase GP numbers, say MPs
NHS managers should face same regulation as doctors, says Francis
Workload pressure no defence against clinical negligence, barrister warns
Working in bigger groups of practices must not sacrifice core values, GP leader warns
US targets companies touting unproven cancer cures
Sexual healthcare must not be allowed to become “Cinderella” of NHS, warns royal college chair