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 most read.

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Rank Author(s) Title
1 Kripke et al Hypnotics’ association with mortality or cancer: a matched cohort study
2 Woz et al Gender as risk factor for 30 days post-discharge hospital utilisation: a secondary data analysis
3 Wiberg et al

The relationship between executive dysfunction and post-stroke mortality: a population-based cohort study

4 Townsend and Pitchford Baby knows best? The impact of weaning style on food preferences and body mass index in early childhood in a case–controlled sample
5 Belghiti et al Oxytocin during labour and risk of severe postpartum haemorrhage: a population-based, cohort-nested case–control study
6 Nichols et al

What is the optimal level of population alcohol consumption for chronic disease prevention in England? Modelling the impact of changes in average consumption levels

7 Lee et al UK stroke incidence, mortality and cardiovascular risk management 1999–2008: time-trend analysis from the General Practice Research Database
8 Gidman et al

Understanding public trust in services provided by community pharmacists relative to those provided by general practitioners: a qualitative study

9 Jara et al

A new user cohort study comparing the safety of long-acting inhaled bronchodilators in COPD

10 Hoddinott et al A serial qualitative interview study of infant feeding experiences: idealism meets realism


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