Next week marks the start of National Heart Month. On Thursday Dr Hilary Jones will be talking heart health with Lorraine and answering viewer questions.
Do you worry about developing heart disease? Does it run in the family? Do you want to know more about the symptoms, risk factors and warning signs? Perhaps you'd like to learn more on how to prevent heart disease and tips for keeping your heart healthy?
Please email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm Wednesday 3 February. Don't forget to include a contact number for a chance to ask your question live on Lorraine.
Next Monday marks the start of Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. Every day in the UK eight women are diagnosed with cervical cancer. On Thursday Dr Hilary will be talking to Lorraine about the illness and answering viewer questions.
We want to hear from you. Do you worry about how often you should be getting checked? Are you concerned about what age you should start getting screened?
Please email your concerns to email@example.com and don't forget to include a contact number. We may be in touch for you to submit your questions to Dr Hilary in a live on air clinic.
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Dr Hilary joins us for The Pulse where he'll be discussing a breakthrough trial giving hope to patients paralysed by multiple sclerosis, plus news on a new and more natural IVF treatment.
And why a new report suggests that women should be encouraging their men to grow a beard.
Dr Hilary joins Lorraine for The Pulse and takes a look at some of the latest high-tech gadgets available to tackle obesity, including a SmartPlate that calculates the calories in a dish.
He also looks at the Jan-U-Ary campaign, which encourages people to develop healthier eating habits for healthier living, and reveals why singing the shower is good for us.
Our Check Your Chaps campaign last year was a huge success and we'd like to hear if the initiative - aimed at raising awareness of two of the most common cancers in men - affected you or a loved one...
Did you or a partner discover they had testicular or prostate cancer after watching one of our discussions on symptoms and self-examination. Did you manage to catch it just in time as a result?
If you've got some feedback for us or a story to tell, then please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 12 February.
Dr Hilary Jones joins us to tell us this week's health headlines and also shows us what happened when he tried the new fitness fad for men... broga (that's brothers plus yoga in case you hadn't realised!).
Mentioned by Hilary in today's Pulse:
AlcoSense Single Breathyliser cost £2.99 per tester and is available at Boots.
AlcoSense Pro costs £129.99 and is available at alcosnese.co.uk.
Broga with Matt Miller – Kick Some Asana! - is out 21 December