Deadlines, dementia, and radiation: Most read articles in March

March’s most read article was Gómez-Perretta et al.’s study on symptoms related to GSM radiation from mobile phone base stations. Newly-published papers in the top ten most read include Aziz Dhedhi et al.’s narrative analysis of GP’s accounts on the meaning of ‘timely’ diagnosis of dementia and also Herbert et al.’s paper on Australian researchers and the impact of funding deadlines on personal workloads, stress and family relationships. Also popular last month was a case-control study on birth characteristics in a clinical sample of women seeking infertility treatment by Vikström et el.

Rank Author(s) Title
1 Gómez-Perretta et al. Subjective symptoms related to GSM radiation from mobile phone base stations: a cross-sectional study
2 Herbert et al. The impact of funding deadlines on personal workloads, stress and family relationships: a qualitative study of Australian researchers
3 Rao et al. Do healthier foods and diet patterns cost more than less healthy options? A systematic review and meta-analysis
4 Saadia Aziz Dhedhi et al. Timely’ diagnosis of dementia: what does it mean? A narrative analysis of GPs’ accounts
5 Krusche et al. Mindfulness online: an evaluation of the feasibility of a web-based mindfulness course for stress, anxiety and depression
6 Honein-AbouHaidar et al. Benefits and barriers to participation in colorectal cancer screening: a protocol for a systematic review and synthesis of qualitative studies
7 Taylor et al. Prevalence and incidence rates of autism in the UK: time trend from 2004–2010 in children aged 8 years
8 Vikström et al. Birth characteristics in a clinical sample of women seeking infertility treatment: a case–control study
9 Carpenter et al. Bed sharing when parents do not smoke: is there a risk of SIDS? An individual level analysis of five major case–control studies
10 Jenkins et al. Effect of a 6-month vegan low-carbohydrate (‘Eco-Atkins’) diet on cardiovascular risk factors and body weight in hyperlipidaemic adults: a randomised controlled trial

 

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