Cycling injuries, the Greek economic crisis and Parkinson’s disease: Most read articles in March

March’s Top 10 Most Read includes a selection of new entries; a national survey on the patterns and trends in sources of information about sex among young people in Britain by Tanton et al and an article on the severity of urban cycling injuries and crash characteristics written by Cripton et al. Articles which are still proving to be popular […]

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Urban cycling, physician attire and the impact of complaints on Doctors: Most Read Articles in January

Several new papers made the January top 10 most read, including the cross-sectional survey by Bourne et al., on the impact of complaints on doctor’s health and psychological welfare. We also had a popular analysis of cycling injuries and the relationship with personal, trip, route and crash characteristics by Cripton et al. Petrelli et al.‘s […]

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Antipsychotics, vitamin D and alcohol consumption: Most read articles in December

December’s most read articles include a cohort study by Marston  et al. on the prescribing of antipsychotics in UK primary care. We also have a paper which focuses on the impact of Australia’s introduction of tobacco plain packs by Dunlop et al., as well as featuring articles by Shi et al and their paper on how equity is addressed […]

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Alcohol vs semen quality, Tamiflu trials and mindfulness: The Most Read Articles in October

October’s most read articles include a cross-sectional study by Jensen et al. on the association of habitual alcohol consumption and reduced semen quality in young men. We also have a report on the risk of bias in industry-funded oseltamivir (Tamiflu) trials by Jefferson et al., and the ever popular paper on a web-based mindfulness course for the relief of anxiety and […]

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Salty cheese, unprepared graduates and coercive anal sex: most read articles in August

August’s top ten includes the highly accessed, survey based study by Marston et al. on anal sex amongst young people,  a study on Ecuadorian medical graduates being prepared enough for a year of  compulsory rural service in obstetrics and a popular cross-sectional survey by Hashem et al. of salt content in cheese which concludes that it is […]

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Prediabetes, PoTS and Portuguese physicians: most read articles in June

Several new papers made our top ten this month including Mainous et al.’s study on the prevalence of prediabetes in England, and McDonald et al.’s paper on postural tachycardia syndrome predominantly affecting young women. Other popular papers were the recently published paper from Krüsi et al., which explores the effects of criminalisation and policing of […]

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HIV, prostate cancer and food insecurity: most read articles in May

This month’s most read article was Dahlen et al.’s study on the rates of obstetric intervention and associated perinatal mortality among women who give birth in private and public hospitals. Newly-published papers in the top ten most read include O’Brien et al.’s paper on evidence-informed recommendations for rehabilitation with older adults living with HIV. Also proving popular for another month, was He et […]

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Salt, eating disorders and the impact of funding deadlines: most read articles in April

This month’s most read article was Krijthe et al.’s study on non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and the risk of atrial fibrillation. Newly-published papers in the top ten most read include He et al.’s paper on salt reduction in England, and it’s relationship to blood pressure, stroke and ischaemic heart disease mortality and also Räisänen et al.’s paper on the role of gendered […]

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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 […]

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Social media, autism and diet patterns: Most read articles in February

The most-read article in February was Brurberg et al.’s systematic review of case definitions for chronic fatigue syndrome. Hsiao et al.’s paper on road traffic injury mortality has also been popular. Other newly-published papers in the top ten most read include Jenkins et al.’s randomised controlled trial on the effect of a vegan low-carbohydrate diet on cardiovascular risk factors and body weight […]

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