Margaret McCartney: Remember that doctors are more trusted than journalists : No Holds Barred
John Richard Newton
Neoliberal policies threaten the FDA's regulatory mission : Wider role of regulatory scientists
Christopher William Burke
Timothy Hugh Moss
Brian Webb
Immediate complete lymph node dissection does not improve melanoma survival, study finds : Lymph node dissection is no better
Glucose self monitoring may not improve control in non-insulin treated type 2 diabetes : Glucose self monitoring value queried
Indian Medical Association's call to relax pregnancy scan data angers campaigners
The general election, the NHS, and social care
WHO downgrades oseltamivir on drugs list after reviewing evidence
Cardiologist convicted of presenting false prescription escapes suspension
Elective waiting times rise again after relaxation of targets
David Oliver: How can we plan for old age if we won't discuss it honestly? : Acute Perspective
Montgomery—time to focus on consent but not to panic : Montgomery and informed consent
Amy Josephine Reed
The limitations of humanising healthcare : Humanising healthcare
Enticing labelling of vegetables increases consumption, study finds : Veg labelling boosts consumption
Identify new TB cases by screening patients’ household members, research suggests : Household screening finds TB cases
FDA pulls opioid from market over misuse concerns
Vaccination alone will not halt the next global pandemic
Hospitals and GP surgeries may be targets for terrorists, police warn
Daphne Marsh Baston
Medicine is still a victim of war: we desperately need new ideas
Do doctors have a duty to take part in pragmatic randomised trials?
Ayman Jundi: Syria never leaves you : BMJ Confidential
Commentary: View from the frontline of pragmatic trials
Sixty seconds on … natural caesarean
Author's reply to Singh and Devi : Humanising healthcare
Five minutes with … Phil Richardson
Older patients should take PPIs to cut risk of bleed from aspirin, study says : PPIs urged to cut aspirin bleeding risk
Long term aircraft noise is linked to incidence of high blood pressure : Aircraft noise linked to high BP
Bryan Furnass
David Burns Moffat
Drugs with FDA accelerated approval often have weak evidence, study finds
Supreme Court rejects Northern Irish woman's appeal for NHS abortion in England
Phytophotodermatitis triggered by parsnips
Stress at work : 10-Minute Consultation
Development and validation of risk prediction equations to estimate survival in patients with colorectal cancer: cohort study
Interpreting iron studies : Rational Testing
Purpura in a 5 year old girl : Case Review
Risk of major congenital malformations in relation to maternal overweight and obesity severity: cohort study of 1.2 million singletons
An unusual pelvis radiograph : Spot Diagnosis
Air pollution in the UK: better ways to solve the problem
Predicting survival in patients with colorectal cancer
Air pollution—a wicked problem
NHS cyberattack may prove to be a valuable wake up call
Taking the uncertainty out of NNT … and other stories
London mayor, Sadiq Khan: how cities can act on air pollution
Most London hospitals and clinics exceed air pollution limits : The Big Picture
Seven days in medicine: 7-13 June 2017
Chaand Nagpaul: a calm and persuasive negotiator
Use weak government to push for local NHS change, says MP
Stefania Jablonska
Every breath we take
Problem solving strategy can help prevent depression in low income mothers : Problem solving helps mums’ depression
Risk of major birth defects rises with severity of mother's overweight : Birth defects rise with mother's obesity
Trusts boost ratings by engaging staff and including clinicians in management
Government must lift pay cap to keep staff, says NHS Confederation
Bullying in NHS must be “called out,” says head of NHS Improvement
People in US are less concerned about health inequality than those in other countries
Doctor convicted of manslaughter is suspended from register for a year