is the un broken, and can we fix it?
funding the public health response to terrorism
british drinking: a suitable case for treatment?
regulating the drugs industry transparently
ssris and gastrointestinal bleeding
us government declares emergency after hurricane katrina
fda official resigns over emergency contraception decision
criticism of us fetal pain study escalates
global fund calls for increased aids funding
newer antihypertensive therapy reduces cardiovascular events
uk research funding bodies unite against bioterrorism threat
uk gp activity exceeds expectations
judges support doctors' decision to stop treating dying man
uk government fails to tackle weaknesses in drug industry
study highlights extent of medication errors in hospitals
health consequences after chernobyl disaster are less than feared
passive smoking increases children's risk of nasal cancer
european public are unaware of heart failure symptoms
imported syringes triggered meningitis in sri lanka
cost effectiveness of treatment for alcohol problems: findings of the randomised uk alcohol treatment trial (ukatt)
self reported stress and risk of breast cancer: prospective cohort study
open label extension studies: research or marketing?
variation in operation rates by primary care trust
what's new this month in bmj journals
intellectual aptitude tests and a levels for selecting uk school leaver entrants for medical school
the benefits of aptitude testing for selecting the benefits of aptitude testing for selecting medical studentsstudents
what the educators are saying
in utero magnetic resonance imaging for brain and spinal abnormalities in fetuses
what is health information?
women doctors and their careers: what now?
what's new in the other general journals