Dr Hilary is here with all the health headlines, including news that traffic could make you put on weight, the latest on research to stop breast cancer spreading to bones, and why we should brush at 45 degrees for optimum dental health!
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Dr Hilary Jones joins us to discuss this week's health news including the minor ailments scheme on the NHS which is aimed at parents on a low income and allows them to receive free treatment for children, including syrups and paracetamol.
Plus it's arthritis awareness week - thousands of people have juvenile arthritis in the UK and we take a look at some of the best gadgets out there to help you - the theme of the week is to keep moving after all!
I’m an everyday guy and yet it happened to me and it can literally happen to anyone.
It's Mental Health Awareness Week and new research shows that one in four of us will experience problems at some point this year. After overcoming his own battle with mental health issues, former Corrie star Adam Rickitt has been to meet other young sufferers to talk about their experiences.
We also discuss findings of a new study which suggests drinking a glass of red wine every night may help people with diabetes to manage their cholesterol.
Dr Hilary also has details of a 4, 7, 8 breathing technique which claims to send you off to the land of nod quickly.
Running is good for the mind as well as the body
Model turned marathon runner, Nell McAndrew, joins Lorraine to prove anyone can run, whatever their age.
Nell's new book, Nell McAndrew's Guide To Running, is out now.
Dr Hillary is back with his weekly round up on health stories including little Teddy who sadly died 100 minutes after being born. Teddy's parent's donated his organs, making him the youngest organ donor in the UK.
And, it's Snoring Week. Dr Hilary has advice on gadgets and gizmos that will help to reduce snoring.
The rumours could be true - cheese might just be the key to a longer life - that's according to new research, and what are the dangers of wearing high heels?
Plus a study has found that technology could be harming us with too much time spent staring at screens and working over a computer - especially if you're in your 30s! But what advice does Dr Hilary Jones have? Take a look in this week's The Pulse.