I didn't want to eat, I wanted to die
Tina McGuff, 45, joins us during our survivors special to talk about her past battle with anorexia.
Eating disorders are commonly thought of as a middle class condition but Tina's story combats that myth as her issues started when she was growing up in a working class home in Dundee. A family break up led her to seek control through what she was eating.
Also, with one in four of us encountering mental health issues every year, we take a look at the celebrities who have opened up about their own mental health battles on Lorraine in the past.
Tina's book Seconds to Snap is out now
Dr Hilary joins us to discuss some of the most popular myths about anti-ageing treatments.
He'll also be revealing some of the most common questions he hears and discussing his own attitude towards ageing.
Did you know that applying your eye make-up on the go could make you ill?
Dr Hilary is here to discuss the dangers of using old mascara and not washing your hands properly before applying.
Plus, new figures have revealed that more women over 35 are having babies than those under 25 for the first time since records began.
And there's the warning of a national dementia crisis as one in three babies born this year will develop the condition unless more funding is found for research.
Dr Hilary Jones lets us know which health headlines have caught his eye this week, including the Rugby World Cup campaign Bleed for England, which sees leading rugby players encouraging people to donate blood.
It's Meningitis Awareness Week, and Dr Hilary has news on the vaccination available for teenagers.
It's got to happen to somebody. You can't dwell. You've got to just make the most of it.
This mum-of-two has had an incredibly tough five years, with a cancer diagnosis and losing her husband. In 2009 doctors found a huge malignant tumour was blocking Clare's oesophagus and gave her a 30% chance of survival.
Shortly after she had finished her treatment for throat cancer, her husband Paul was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease and sadly passed away last month. However, this brave lady told Lorraine said she wants to make life as normal as possible for her two children, six-year-old Finlay and four-year-old Evelyn.
It's a long road ahead, and I know that.
In this week's Pulse Dr Hilary Jones talks us through the latest health headlines including the Ladygarden campaign celebs are backing to encourage women to be more aware of gynecological signs and symptoms that need to be checked out, plus Jamie Oliver finds out just how damaging a sugary diet can have on children's dental health...
In this week's health headlines, brought to you by Dr Hilary in The Pulse, we find out more about how health chiefs are causing a storm by claiming e-cigarettes are 95% healthier than the traditional version and should be available on the NHS. What does Hilary think?
And as research by PushDoctor.co.uk reveals the top ten medical conditions Brits deem most embarrassing, we look at the list - and Dr Hilary has a message for anybody too scared to visit their GP.
Plus, doctors faced a lot of criticism this week over unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions and US experts are claiming that those dreaded head lice are becoming increasingly resistant to over the counter treatments. Could mixing remedies together be the best option?
Have a brew, smile right on cue!
Also, we find out why putting milk in your tea could whiten your teeth and you won't believe the percentage of Brits who do no exercise at all...
Dr Hilary discusses the week's biggest health stories - including news of a new app called Dr Now where you can cut long waiting hours at the doctors by booking a video consultation for £30, more in-depth sex education advice for kids and how eating a pear can curb a hangover.
Plus with warnings about suffering with heat exhaustion on your summer holiday, Dr Hilary offers his advice.
A lot of adults forget to drink!