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Can turning down your heating help beat Diabetes?

It's interesting and could pave the way for more lifestyle changes that would help

– Dr Hilary's advice is to exercise

We know that exercise helps people with Type 2 diabetes, which is about 90 per cent of people with diabetes in the UK (about 3 and a half million people).

A recent study by researchers in Holland found that turning down the thermostat and cooling the room to 15 degrees changes glucose metabolism which increases sensitivity to insulin by up to 43 per cent in 10 days. That's the equivalent of exercise.

Drop A Decade with a new hair do!

Hair is the main accessory we wear 24/7 that you can't take off. There are so many classic mistakes

– Jamie Stevens, Hairdresser to the stars

Hairstylist to the stars, Jamie Stevens, has styled the likes of Elle MacPherson and Kylie but today he is transforming three of our viewers. They've been stuck in a hair rut but Jamie and his team are promising to totally transform them in a morning and help them to Drop A Decade!

CAITLYN JENNER EXCLUSIVE: 'I've never been happier'

It’s not like you wake up and go, ‘Oh my God! I’m trans!’

– Caitlyn Jenner says her transition was a long time coming

In April 2015 Bruce Jenner made a shocking revelation when he announced that he was transitioning from male to female. Struggling with gender dysphoria since the age of 10, the former Olympic gold decathlete and reality star unveiled her new self as Caitlyn Jenner.

Now, two years on Caitlyn tells all in a new book and spoke to Lorraine in a UK TV exclusive.

Caitlyn wrote of her confusion growing up with poignancy and humour and said that you have to see the funny side, saying: ‘The idea of Bruce Jenner, the athlete, having to deal with that, it's funny."

Royal Marine amputee is now breaking records

The one thing that never gets brought up and it's so obvious to me, is to surround yourself with good people.

– Andy spoke of dealing with problems and facing adversities

In 2009, Royal Marine Commando Andy Grant was on a routine patrol in Afghanistan when he was blown up. After 15 operations to try to restore his shattered right leg proved unsuccessful, he had to have it amputated in 2010, aged just 22.

He has turned his tragedy into an inspirational story and has since set out to be the world's fastest single-leg amputee over 10k, and competed in the Invictus Games.

Beverley Turner: how to have a happy birth

I'd had two brilliant births but I seem to be the exception to the rule

– Beverley has written a new book

Writer and mum-of-three, Beverley Turner has co-written a book with midwife to the stars, Pam Wild, called The Happy Birth Book.

Shocked by the fact that so many women were conditioned to 'rock up to the hospital and keep your fingers crossed that everything will be alright,' Beverley joined forces with Pam to offer some practical advice for pregnancy and the following weeks after birth.

Beverley shares three children with her husband, Olympic runner James Cracknell.

Take That's former manager: I've got my mojo back

When it all went wrong with Take That, I stopped doing management, I was burnt out. I couldn't even listen to music.

– Nigel Martin Smith is managing new boyband, Yes Lad

They made it to Judges Houses on X Factor last year and now Yes Lad have been tipped to be the next big boyband. It helps that they've been snapped up by the man who launched Take That 26 years ago, Nigel Martin Smith.