Parasites in raw and undercooked fish can be cause of abdominal pain, doctors warn
Patients with severe mental illness have greatly increased cardiovascular risk, study finds
Major global cyber-attack hits NHS and delays treatment
Surgeon is struck off after three “never events”
Complementary and integrative medicine in the management of headache
Cannabis as medicine
David Oliver: The NHS's understaffing is its Achilles' heel
Critical thinking in healthcare and education
The impact of not having enough staff is exhausting and detrimental to patient care
Margaret McCartney: The NHS needs big, firm IT pants
Keep within target range of blood oxygen levels, new guideline recommends
Fixed second appointment improves breast screening attendance
GPs use pen and paper after IT systems are shut down as precaution
Measles outbreak in Somali American community follows anti-vaccine talks
Labour calls for inquiry into NHS cyber-attack
Physician age and outcomes in elderly patients in hospital in the US: observational study
Self reported outcomes and adverse events after medical abortion through online telemedicine: population based study in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
Britain without the EMA
Abortion by telemedicine: an equitable option for Irish women
A methodological approach for assessing the uptake of core outcome sets using : findings from a review of randomised controlled trials of rheumatoid arthritis
Ray Dolan: Blues on the brain
Physician age and patient outcomes
Sixty seconds on … pagers
Your vote counts: how will a soft or hard Brexit affect health?
Online abortion service is safe and effective way to end pregnancy, finds study
Simon Stevens uses art to sidestep purdah
Effective cybersecurity is fundamental to patient safety
Steroid injections for knee osteoarthritis are not supported by study
Monsters and angels
Private sector should have same safety rigour as NHS, say surgeons after Paterson conviction
Labour's pledge to boost NHS funding by £30bn is “still not enough”
Tinea faciei caused by Arthroderma benhamiae
Disturbed grief: prolonged grief disorder and persistent complex bereavement disorder
Mild dysphagia and globus sensation in an older man
A snoring child
A man with chest pain and acute ST elevations on electrocardiogram
Providing surgical services in rural settings
Seven days in medicine: 10-16 May 2017
Five minutes with … Suzy Jordache
Generations divided on whether today's medical training is up to the job
Yvonne Gladys Mukasa
General practice needs ongoing commitment to training budgets
Online health searching can help doctor-patient relationship, study finds
Depression is not a risk factor for dementia, large cohort study concludes
GP leader urges politicians to end “callous disregard” for NHS
Huntington's case raises questions about passing gene test results to relatives
Patient data were shared with Google on an “inappropriate legal basis,” says NHS data guardian
New EMA policy on access to documents still falls short, say campaigners
Assisted dying for healthy older people: a step too far?
Beware of geeks bearing gifts
Drug company Aspen faces probe over hiking generic prices
Benefits of active commuting—causality matters
Authors' reply to Wise's letter on including palliative care doctors in treatment discussions
Research funders pledge to make trial results publicly available
GPs demand full reimbursement of “crippling” indemnity fees
Endometriosis research should aim to improve diagnosis and halt progression, meeting hears
Peter Wells
How were long and short commuting distances defined?
Nearly one in 20 European adolescents is obese, survey finds
World Medical Association rejects BMA request to suspend president
Authors' reply to Colquhoun and Buchinsky
US government website for collecting adverse events after vaccination is inaccessible to most users
Tory plan to double migrant worker surcharge will worsen NHS staffing crisis, says BMA
May's “tinkering” with social care funding fails to deliver “sustainable solution,” say experts
Call for GP training to be extended to four years
Avoiding another cyberattack will take human and technical solutions, say experts