The most-read article in April was Yamada and colleagues’ analysis of male pattern baldness and coronary heart disease, which received widespread press coverage. Also popular was Küster et al‘s study highlighting the dangers of consuming over the counter analgesics before running a marathon which was also covered in the press in the run-up to the London marathon this month. Other newly-published papers in the top ten include Lin et al‘s study of lower back pain and Mahtani et al‘s study on sport participation following the Olympics.
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