There are better solutions to the "reproducibility crisis" in research, according to an editorial published today.
There is insufficient evidence to know whether dressings reduce the risk of wound infection after surgery and, in some cases, leaving a wound exposed may be better, say researchers in The BMJ today.
Researchers set out to discover if the risk of death from sepsis continues even after the acute infection has been cured
It's known that many patients die in the months and years after sepsis.
(HealthDay)—Inaccurate coding can introduce biases in studies based on administrative data, according to research published online May 16 in The BMJ.
In light of heavy criticism of the World Health Organization's handling of the Ebola outbreak, the election process for the next director general will be under intense scrutiny.
Higher intakes of boiled, baked, or mashed potatoes, and French fries is associated with an increased risk of developing high blood pressure (hypertension) in adult women and men, according to a study published by The BMJ ...
Studies that use UK hospital coding data to examine "weekend effects" for acute conditions, such as stroke, may be undermined by inaccurate coding, suggests research published by The BMJ today.
The NHS should significantly increase rates of weight loss surgery to 50,000 a year, closer to the European average, to bring major health benefits for patients and help reduce healthcare costs in the long term, argue experts ...
Two linked papers in The BMJ this week shed new light on the relation of alcohol and diet with breast cancer and heart disease.
People who are lean for life have the lowest mortality, while those with a heavy body shape from childhood up to middle age have the highest mortality, reveal findings of a large study published in The BMJ today.