Lorraine loves a bit of Zumba to keep herself in shape and today we visit her weekly class and talk to the man who came up with the idea back in 1999.
Now a worldwide phenomenon, Beto Perez retraces his story, explains its success and takes a class on the Wharf!
Everyone who's been in touch, it’s helping me through it
Michelle Heaton is bravely going ahead with a hysterectomy in a bid to prevent ovarian cancer. The Big Reunion star underwent a double mastectomy after discovering she has an 80 per cent chance of developing breast cancer due to a mutated BRCA2 gene.
The same gene increases her chance of ovarian cancer and she says she doesn't want to risk her children growing up without a mother. She joins Lorraine live on the sofa for an exclusive TV interview.
We first met Lucy Heather when she came on the show in February, to talk about trying a new weight-loss device - a balloon which is swallowed and then inflated inside the stomach to make you feel full quicker.
Five months later, Lucy is back - along with Kerry Kightley who also underwent the procedure... but did it work?
During last year's Bin Your Bra campaign we asked the nation to donate their old bras to raise money for vital research into breast cancer.
With a staggering 94 per cent of women not able to name the five common signs and symptoms of breast cancer, Dr Hilary Jones did a live breast examination on our model in the studio, to show women how they can check their breasts correctly.
Against Breast Cancer research focuses on identification of factors which influence the ability of breast cancer to spread to secondary organs – the development of metastases.
Uniquely the projects undertaken address three interlinked areas which may influence the patient outcome: Diet and lifestyle, molecules of the immune system and cancer cell biology. They are developing a test for recurrent breast cancer. More information can be found here.
He can’t do a lot of the things he used to do, he can’t run, he can’t ride a bicycle.
Political journalist Jackie Ashley joins Lorraine to tell us about her husband Andrew Marr's recovery after he suffered from a stroke last year.
Britain faces a diabetes time-bomb with one in three people on course to develop the disease. A new study suggests that a third of adults in England now have prediabetes, meaning millions of people are at risk of developing diabetes which can lead to blindness or amputation.
Philip Schofield's here to tell us how diabetes has affected his family, with both his mum and brother having with type 1 diabetes.
Diabetes Awareness Week runs from Sunday 8 to Saturday 14 June