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BMJ

A premier peer-reviewed medical journal which began in 1840 as the Provincial Medical and Surgical Journal and later changed to the British Medical Journal, which was eventually shortened to BMJ. It was the first journal to report a randomised clinical trial and the first to link lung cancer to smoking. It has an article acceptance rate of 7%. Dr. Fiona Godlee has headed the London-based, BMA-owned publication since 2005.
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BMJ

Abbrev. for British Medical Journal.
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In 1993 Richard Smith reported in "Overpopulation and Overconsumption: Combating the Two Main Drivers of Global Destruction" in the British Medical Journal, that people in the developing world each use 0.28 kilowatts of energy per year and those in the developed world use 3.2 kilowatts, with those in the United States using an incredible 9 kilowatts.
En septembre 2003, les Instituts nationaux americains de la sante (NIH)--a savoir, la Bibliotheque nationale de medicine (NLM), le Centre international Fogarty et l'Institut national des sciences de l'hygiene du milieu (NIEHS)--ont organ ise un meeting a Londres, dans les bureaux du British Medical Journal L'objectif premier etait de discuter d'une collaboration entre quatre revues medicales d'Afrique sub-saharienne et cinq revues medicales de l'hemisphere Nord comme moyen d'ameliorer la qualite et la credibilite des revues africaines, et d'attirer ainsi une recherche de haut niveau.
In an open letter published July 10 in the British Medical Journal, Dr.
By the time their study, co-authored by anti-smoking activist Stanton Glantz, was published in the April 5, 2004, issue of the British Medical Journal, the drop they attributed to the ban had become 40 percent--not quite as impressive but still remarkable.
our cost structure has meant that we could not produce the return on the business that we had hoped for." The sale follows a strategic review by BMJ Publishing Group to focus on core activities of Journal publishing, including Clinical Evidence, British Medical Journal and over 20 other specialist journals, and developing educational materials for doctors.
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A recent editorial in the British Medical Journal examines the latest trend to use the botulinum toxin--the same biological neurotoxin that causes botulism--to cure more than 50 serious health ailments, as well as the popular new antiwrinkle treatment (Botox).
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Fetal Cell Isolation Study and reported last month in the British medical journal Lancet.
Steele found that The Lancet, a preeminent British medical journal, published "more than an article a year from the late 1860s to the early 1890s on the medical dangers of tight-lacing."
Though the British Medical Journal report explains there's no definite link, the numbers indicate that something is going on.
ENGLAND--Families with a history of high cholesterol levels are being denied early treatment to reduce the risk of coronary events because these levels often remain undetected until middle age, according to a study reported in the British Medical Journal.
The new research, published in the British Medical Journal, found that disposable nappies raise the scrotal temperature by as much as one degree centigrade above body temperature.

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