Yuppie alert: Mobile phones can cause a pain in the neck
- Mobile Phones May Create Behavioral Problems in Kids. RICE, MONIKA // Spirituality & Health;May/Jun2011, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p27
The article discusses the results of a study published in the "British Medical Journal" which found that pregnant women who used cell phones were more likely to have children suffering from behavioral problems than those who did not, though the causes for such have yet to be determined.
- Research finds no link in cell phone, cancer. // Flare (Pakistan);11/15/2011, p41
The article discusses a study which found no proof of increased cancer risk among mobile-phone uses. The study, published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), monitored the health of 350,000 mobile-phone subscribers over 18 years. It mentions the number of mobile phone users in Pakistan and the...
- Research finds no link in cell phone cancer. // Flare (Pakistan);12/15/2011, p41
The article discusses the report of the "British Medical Journal" (BMJ) which reveals the disassociation of increased brain tumour risk with long-term mobile phone use. It says that the report was a follow-up study of the research on the cancer risk encountered by all mobile phone users in...
- Let's call it cardiac impairment. Godlee, Fiona // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);8/20/2005, Vol. 331 Issue 7514, p412
Introduces articles published in the August 20, 2005 edition of the "British Medical Journal." Article by Richard Lehman and colleagues on how the term "heart failure" covers a confusingly wide spectrum of illness and is something that is difficult to define; Article by Suzanne McEvoy and...
- The journal and the profession: Prospect and retrospect. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);5/13/95, Vol. 310 Issue 6989, p1252
Presents an article from the 1895 issue of the `British Medical Journal.' Increase in circulation; Expansion of staff; Popularity attained.
- BMJ audit: Time to decisions and publication. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);6/24/95, Vol. 310 Issue 6995, p1640
Presents the audit results of the time to decisions and publication of the `British Medical Journal,' from January 1993 to December 1994. Decision within 56 days; Accepted papers; Rejected papers; Publication times after acceptance.
- Redesigning the journal: Having your say. Delamothe, Tony; Smith, Richard // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);1/27/96, Vol. 312 Issue 7025, p232
Seeks readers' comments on the proposed redesign for the periodical `British Medical Journal.' Features of the various journal designs. INSET: Brief for the redesign of the BMJ..
- Over-pressure. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);4/27/96, Vol. 312 Issue 7038, p1089
Explains the reason of the `British Medical Journal' for the non-publication of the letters from contributors which are six pages or more in length.
- Preparing the BMJ for the electronic revolution. Smith, Jane; Smith, Richard // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);6/29/96, Vol. 312 Issue 7047, p1626
Editorial. Comments on the impact of the electronic data processing revolution to the manner by which the `British Medical Journal' publishes its articles. Updated use of electronic typesetters; Journal text in standard generalized markup language (SGML).