JAMA Network articles of the year 2019


  • Dawn O'Shea
  • Univadis Medical News
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The JAMA Network has published a list of the most read articles across the 12 JAMA journals between September 1, 2018 and August 31, 2019. The articles that top the list cover a range of topics, from push-ups to statins to genotyping for personalised treatment of lung cancer.

These were the top reads in each JAMA journal:

  1. Push-up capacity and future cardiovascular events in active men. JAMA Network Open. (532,846 views)
  2. Anticholinergic drug exposure and risk of dementia. JAMA Internal Medicine. (236,898)
  3. Physical activity guidelines for Americans. JAMA. (178,733)
  4. Flouride exposure during pregnancy and IQ in offspring. JAMA Pediatics. (93,704)
  5. Guidelines for perioperative care in cardiac surgery. JAMA Surgery. (75,613)
  6. Polypharmacy or monotherapy and rehospitalisation in schizophrenia. JAMA Psychiatry. (38,943)
  7. Vitamin D supplementation and cardiovascular disease risks. JAMA Cardiology. (31,856)
  8. Association between statin use after a concussion and dementia risk. JAMA Neurology. (27,783)
  9. Genotyping for personalised metastatic NSCLC therapy. JAMA Oncology. (24,885)
  10. Vitamin A intake and cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma risk. JAMA Dermatology. (16,709)
  11. Ranibizumab and aflibercept for wet age-related macular degeneration. JAMA Ophthalmology. (11,139)
  12. Clinical evaluation of a PSAP vs hearing aids. JAMA Orolayngology-Head & Neck Surgery. (8,436)