Just how healthy is that salad?

We have to remember just because something is low fat, low calorie or low sugar it may actually have extra calories in it

– Nutritionist Ian Marber

Grab a healthy salad for lunch and you might think you're having a healthy bite to eat, but new research reveals what's REALLY in your salad. According to Consensus Action on Salt & Health, more than 77 per cent of salads they tested (650 ready to eat salads) contained more salt than a packet of crisps.

Do you know what's in your lunch choice? Nick Dixon investigates, and nutritionist Ian Marber gives his expert advice.

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Father's blog becomes inspiration to parents

When it first hit the 100s it was amazing, people from around the world [contacted us] - Sweden, North America, Australia, the Maldives.

– Wayne Little, Daisy Mae's father

It started as a way to cope and to keep loved ones informed, but a blog written by a father about his premature baby's fight for survival has now become an inspiration to tens of thousands of people.

Daisy-Mae was born 103 days early, weighing the same as a loaf of bread. We spoke to parents Wayne and Jen Little.

Find out more about Daisy Mae here

The mum misdiagnosed with cancer

Imagine being diagnosed with cancer and being told you have only a couple of years left to live - but then you find out it was a misdiagnosis and you didn't have cancer at all.

That's exactly what happened to Denise Clark, who spent two years preparing to die, in which she wrote farewell letters to her sons and even planned her own funeral.

Denise joins us alongside Dr Hilary Jones.

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Type 2 diabetes patients could get gastric bands

Surgery is not an easy fix

– Andy Reynolds

Hundreds of thousands of people with type 2 diabetes could be offered weight-loss gastric-band surgery on the NHS.

New draft guidance from the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) suggests that obese people with the condition should be assessed for bariatric surgery - such as having a gastric band fitted to reduce the size of the stomach or a gastric bypass, where the digestive system is re-routed past most of the stomach.

We speak to Dr Sarah Jarvis and Andy Reynolds, a type 2 diabetes sufferer, to find out more.

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