Most read articles in November

The most read article in November was Arroll and Howard’s newly published prospective study on therapeutic approaches to myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome. The second most read was also a new study, by Liao and colleagues, on the content and quality of information in online advertisements for female genital cosmetic surgery. Rank Author(s) Title 1 Arroll […]

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Most read articles in July

The most read article in July was Heneghan and colleagues’ analysis of sports performance products, which received widespread press attention and was also accompanied by a BBC Panorama special. The second most read paper, Katzmarzyk and Lee’s life table analysis of life expectancy and sedentary behaviour, also received large amounts of press coverage both in […]

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Special offer for Second Global Symposium on Health Services Research authors

  The Second Global Symposium on Health Services Research will take place in Beijing in October/November 2012. We are delighted to announce that if you are a researcher whose work has been accepted for presentation at the symposium then you can receive a 25% discount on article-processing charges if you submit your manuscript to BMJ […]

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Most read articles in May

The most read article in May was Kripke and colleagues’ analysis of the association between hypnotics and mortality. Woz et al‘s analysis of post-discharge hospital utilisation, originally published in April, was the second most popular and the newly published paper by Wiberg et al on the relationship between cognitive performance and post-stroke mortality was the third […]

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