Research for Action on Sugar finds that energy drinks contain up to 20 teaspoons of sugar (78g) per 500ml serving - more than three times the maximum adult daily intake of free sugars per day. The pressure group underlines that these products make children addicted to caffeine and habituated to sugars, and are calling for sales of energy drinks to children under 16 to be banned.
We speak to Jenny Waver and her daughter Gina, who ended up in hospital after drinking up to five energy drinks a day - plus Dr Hilary is here to give his expert medical opinion.
It's being reported that high levels of fluoride in the water you drink can cause you to put on weight - because it can affect your thyroid. But did you know different places in the country have different levels of flouride and some places even have none? The reason flouride is added to water is to help stop tooth decay.
We find out more about what fluoride actually is and Dr Hilary Jones is here to give us his expert opinion.
Three Austrian men have become the first in the world to have bionic arms fitted, which are controlled by their minds.
Watch the incredible medical first, in the video above.
Victorian diseases are on the rise, from scurvy, cholera, whooping cough and particularly scarlet fever which has had 1265 cases reported in the first six weeks of 2015, and 300 cases last week.
We were joined by Dr Hilary and Samantha Ward whose two-year old daughter Amelia who got scarlet fever at 10 months old.
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A quarter of all people having cosmetic surgery in the UK do not check their surgeons credentials and a fifth do not check what risks are associated with the procedure, according to shocking new research.
More than half of patients undertaking surgery less than two weeks after their first consultation are actually less confident about their appearance afterwards.
Susan Briddick went to Turkey in 2011 for tummy tuck and got a breast lift cheap. On return to UK she got gangrine in her stomach and her breasts were reduced and implants out in
Nathan Priestley weighed 26 stone when he was just 18-years-old and was so depressed about his weight that he spent a year avoiding leaving his house, and even attempted to take his own life.
From that low, he dramatically turned his life around. Now, three years later, take a look at how he's changed!
Today is the last day of indulgence for many with people giving up their favourite treats for Lent - but can we really keep our will power going? Our motivational expert, Jessie Pavelka, is here to give you tips on how to stick with it - and is here to answer your questions.
And you can also revisit Cheryl Forberg's healthy snack ideas from the plan: