British Medical Journal (BMJ)
The BMJ aims to publish rigorous, accessible and entertaining material that will help doctors and medical students in their daily practice, lifelong learning and career development. In addition, it seeks to be at the forefront of the international debate on health. To achieve these aims BMJ publishes original scientific studies, review and educational articles, and papers commenting on the clinical, scientific, social, political, and economic factors affecting health.
This site contains the full text of all articles published in the weekly BMJ since January 1994. In addition, it contains material that is unique to the website. Access to the entire site is free.
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Preventive zinc supplementation for children, and the effect of additional iron: a systematic review and meta-analysisBritish Medical Journal, 2014DocumentN. Devasenapathy, M. S. George, S.G. Jerath / British Medical Journal, 2014Document
Anaemia, prenatal iron use, and risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes: systematic review and meta-analysisBatool A Haider, Ibironke Olofin, Molin Wang / British Medical Journal, 2013