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 and Howard A preliminary prospective study of
nutritional, psychological and combined
therapies for myalgic encephalomyelitis/
chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) in a
private care setting
2 Liao et al An analysis of the content and clinical implications of online advertisements for female genital cosmetic surgery
3 Kern et al Does low-dose acetylsalicylic acid prevent cognitive decline in women with high cardiovascular risk? A 5-year follow-up of a non-demented population-based cohort of Swedish elderly women
4 Kripke et al Hypnotics’ association with mortality or cancer: a matched cohort study
5 Harris et al The essential elements of health impact assessment and healthy public policy: a qualitative study of practitioner perspectives
6 Cottrell et al Using simple telehealth in primary care to reduce blood pressure: a service evaluation
7 Lee et al UK stroke incidence, mortality and cardiovascular risk management 1999–2008: time-trend analysis from the General Practice Research Database
8 Beresniak et al Relationships between black tea consumption and key health indicators in the world: an ecological study
9 Patterson et al Consumption of takeaway and fast food in a deprived inner London Borough: are they associated with childhood obesity?
10 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

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