‘As the holiday season draws to a close, Rachel Vreeman and Aaron Carroll’s festive medical myths are still proving to be a popular choice with our readers. 36,928 people viewed the article over the last 10 days, with 24,284 also choosing to read last year’s festive medical myths by the same authors.
A new feature of the BMJ is that we have now established a channel on YouTube where you can view our first professionally produced videos.
And finally as Fowler and Christakis’ paper about the spread of happiness in large social networks appears in the print edition of the journal this week, the New Scientist has highlighted the study and written a superb commentary on it.
BMJ in the news:
How your friend’s friends can affect your mood – the New Scientist:
Playing golf can ‘damage hearing’ – BBC Online
Sound of teeing you off could send you deaf – Melbourne Herald Sun
Golf clubs could damage your hearing – Independent – UK
Sports Diary – The Herald – Scotland
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