The private medical secrets of thousands of people are allegedly being sold for as little as 19 pence to cold callers and criminals.
An undercover investigation has exposed the black market trade which allows conmen to target sick and vulnerable people.
Binge drinking costs £4.9 billion a year to the UK taxpayer, or almost £80 per person, the University of Bath's Institute for Policy Research has revealed.
The research argues that policies in place to regulate alcohol sales and consumption are inadequate and that a possible solution would be increasing the average retail price of alcohol by at least 10 pence per unit.
A Malaysian man has been found guilty of murdering two British medical students on the island of Borneo, their parents say they're pleased with the verdict
Also on the programme - selling your secrets, an undercover investigation reveals thousands of peoples medical details being sold to criminals
Why Binge Drinkers are costing you money - more than half a million pounds every hour to deal with the strain on policing and the NHS
The underwear ad you never thought you'd see - Becks is joined by James Corden, the TV presenter strips off for a spoof ad on his new US TV show
If you're a mum with young kids, it'll be a familiar picture - new research has identified 5.08pm as the most stressful time of the day for parents.
It's the 70 minute perfect storm of tea, bath and bed that sends most of us into meltdown, 85% of mums and dads said they had to repeat the same instructions 30 times to get their kids to do what they'd asked. The school run is the second as the most stressful time of the day.
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Diet related disease is one of the biggest killers so it's an important issue.
This weekend Jamie Oliver launched a global petition for better food education for all children across the world at the Sydney Opera House.
Jamie made an appearance at the Royal Easter Show in Sydney and took to the stage for an event called Food Revolution Live - which is an international movement to fight obesity and diet-related disease with better food education for kids and parents. He joins us live from Australia's Park Hyatt Hotel to tell us more about his mission.
He said: "They have the same diet related issues and diseases as we have" in Australia.