Today is expected to be the hottest day of the year across England and Wales, with temperatures set to rocket to 91F (33C).
The Met Office has warned of the prospect of high humidity to accompany the heat, saying the conditions could reach uncomfortable levels.
Read Public Health England's top tips on staying safe in the sun below.
Jeremy Hunt is expected to announce care homes could be put into special measures if they don't perform well enough.
The announcement comes one year on from the Keogh report that identified 14 hospitals with worryingly high death rates. Mr Hunt believes that the system has helped improve hospitals.
NICE wants to toughen up on hospital staffing in order to give patients safer care and cut deaths.
They'll publish new guidelines with advice to hospitals such as how many patients per nurse per ward and how to cope with pressured situations. They have said that "ensuring the right staff with the right skills are in the right place, will mean fewer deaths."
Surgery is not an easy fix
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New draft guidance from the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) suggests that obese people with the condition should be assessed for bariatric surgery - such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.
Don’t let a minor accident take the shine off your holiday this year. It really does pay to be prepared.
So, you’ve got the passports, sun cream and guide book – what else do you need to ensure the holiday goes without a hitch? A first aid kit, that’s what.
There’s no holiday that won’t be improved by the inclusion of a travel first aid kit.
One in ten people have needed medical treatment due to drinking alcohol on holiday.
Dr Hilary is in Benidorm talking about the problems caused by excessive drinking, and sharing general holiday health tips that can keep you safe abroad.
Every day in the UK THIRTY SEVEN people are diagnosed with malignant melanoma. Despite this alarming figure two thirds of people questioned said they felt HEALTHIER with a tan.
According to a OnePoll and GMB research published today, 75% of people have been sunburnt on holiday, 36% say their child has been burnt and 16% say they think getting burnt results in a better tan.
More than 5,000 people nationally are waiting for a kidney alone and more than a fifth are from Asian backgrounds, but Asian donors make up less than 10 per cent of the register.
Emmerdale actor Wil Johnson is actively involved campaigning to encourage Afro-Caribbean communities to register, he joins us alongside Katheryn Hodgson, who has had a liver transplant and is now waiting for a lung transplant.