Have mortality improvements stalled in England?
Surge in publications on early detection
Morag Joyce Rankine Bastable
Peter George Reginald Dench
Donald James Fairclough
Gerard John McCaffrey
Peter John Poels
Are Koplik's spots really pathognomonic? : Measles in older children and adults
If you had measles would you want prophylactic antibiotics? : Measles in older children and adults
Heart failure is still as “malignant” as some cancers, study finds : Heart failure “malignant” as some cancers
Myrtle Summerly
Arthur Courtenay Saunders
James Hector Macpherson
William McIntyre
Herbert Barrie
Margaret McCartney: Only data can say if new is better : No Holds Barred
Jonathan Hildebrand
Authors’ reply to Spitzer and Chalmers : Measles in older children and adults
US Representatives vote to repeal Affordable Care Act
Shortcomings in heart failure drug trial open “can of worms” : Doubts over eastern Europe research
Lawyers plan class action against UK government on asthma caused by air pollution
Pfizer makes breast cancer drug free while NICE decides its future : Pfizer drug free after NICE rejection
Whistleblowing junior doctor scores victory in Court of Appeal
UK plan to improve air quality is too weak, say campaigners
Ingeborg Rapoport
Mortality from different causes associated with meat, heme iron, nitrates, and nitrites in the NIH-AARP Diet and Health Study: population based cohort study
David Oliver: Reducing acute admissions—a timely reality check : Acute Perspective
César Wahby
Red and processed meat, and human and planetary health
ReSPECT is a personal emergency care plan summary : Emergency care and resuscitation plans
Patients suspecting cancer put GP listening skills ahead of shorter wait times : GP listening skills are patient priority
Happiness research ignores social factors : Happiness research
Blood pressure self screening in GP surgeries is acceptable to patients, study finds : Patients favour BP self testing
NHS staff pay: past, present, and future
Poor investment in child mental health research should not be tolerated : Child mental health
Body cameras on staff reduced attacks in psychiatric wards, finds study
Pain specialists call for annual review of long term opioid use
The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet, Western diet, and risk of gout in men: prospective cohort study
Risk of acute myocardial infarction with NSAIDs in real world use: bayesian meta-analysis of individual patient data
Joanna Cannon: Psychiatry and paperbacks : BMJ Confidential
Famine, conflict, and political indifference
Five minutes with … Kate Lovett
Sixty seconds on … #publicduty
Diet high in vegetables, fruit, and whole grains may reduce risk of gout : Fruit and veg diet may cut gout risk
Red meat consumption is linked to higher risk of death from most major causes : Red meat link to death from most causes
Conservatives and Labour trade blows on NHS : UK General Election 2017
Five health issues that have dominated general elections : UK General Election 2017
Dying together : The Big Picture
A young man with elbow pain : Spot Diagnosis
A man with chest tightness and burning limbs : Case Review
Haemangioma of the tympanic membrane
Contraception advice for women with epilepsy : 10-Minute Consultation
Uncertainty in medicine
Tailoring your blood pressure target … and other stories
What do NHS doctors think about their work? : Data Briefing
Long term quinine for muscle cramps may increase death risk : Long term quinine may up death risk
Death rate now rising in UK's poorest infants : Gap in health between rich and poor
Seven days in medicine: 3-9 May 2017
Brexit is bad for health, and doctors should say so : Personal View
Red meat: another inconvenient truth
UK poverty has “devastating” effect on children's health, doctors warn
Do rapid diagnostic tests improve overall quality of care? : Rapid diagnostic tests for malaria
ADHD drugs are associated with lower car crash risk : ADHD drugs may cut car crash risk
Next government must tackle public health “ticking time bomb,” says BMA
Price cap could mean patients miss out on newest stents, cardiologists warn
Waiting times at their “worst,” but quality of care holds up
Arthroscopic surgery for degenerative knee arthritis and meniscal tears: a clinical practice guideline : Rapid Recommendations
The hackers holding hospitals to ransom : Heads Up
Heritability and risks associated with early onset hypertension: multigenerational, prospective analysis in the Framingham Heart Study
Montgomery and informed consent: where are we now?
Man stops stuttering with alcohol dependence drug : Baclofen may help stop stuttering
“Weekend effect” is due to patient differences rather than staffing levels, study concludes : “Weekend effect” not due to staffing
NHS in danger of falling behind with out of date scanners, warn experts