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 […]

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Most reads articles in September

The most read article in September was Aston and colleagues’ modelling study of meat consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in the UK. Ekström et al‘s cohort study of the effectiveness of metformin was the second most read and Taylor et al‘s study of the impact of substance misuse remains highly read in third place. Click on […]

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Most read articles in July

The most read article in July was Heneghan and colleagues’ analysis of sports performance products, which received widespread press attention and was also accompanied by a BBC Panorama special. The second most read paper, Katzmarzyk and Lee’s life table analysis of life expectancy and sedentary behaviour, also received large amounts of press coverage both in […]

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Most read articles in June

The most read article in June was once again Kripke and colleagues’ paper on the association between hypnotic use and mortality. Both the second and third most read papers – Söder et al‘s analysis on the association between dental plaque and mortality in Sweden and Nichols et al‘s modelling study on optimal alcohol intake – received […]

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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 […]

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Most read articles in March

The most read article in March was Kripke et al‘s study of the association between hypnotics and mortality, originally published at the end of February. In second and third place are two very different articles both relating to infant feeding.  Belghiti et al‘s study of the association between oxytocin and postpartum haemorrhage, which was originally […]

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