Do sun worshippers live longer than those who don't and what are the medicinal properties of broccoli?
Dr Hilary talks through the latest health stories hitting the headlines.
Michelle Heaton joins us live from Cambridge with an update on this year's Bin Your Bra campaign.
This October, we want you to donate your unwanted bras as part of our Bin Your Bra campaign!
All you need to do is take your unwanted bras along to special Lorraine bins at 535 F&F stores by 9 November 2014, from where they will be sent to developing countries in Africa. Against Breast Cancer will receive £1,000 for every tonne collected!
Or you can Bin Your Bra by post to Recycling Scheme, Against Breast Cancer, Leathem House, 13 Napier Court, Barton Lane, Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 3YT
As we launch this year's Bin Your Bra breast cancer campaign, we meet Lisa Maddison who discovered she had breast cancer after watching last year's campaign on Lorraine.
Lisa says that finding out how to properly check her breasts saved her life, and she's here to tell us how.
I was terribly pragmatic about it
Michaela Strachan revealed in You Magazine this weekend that she has had a double mastectomy after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in February this year.
Today she joins Lorraine to talk exclusively about her breast reconstruction, which took place six weeks ago. It was after a routine mammogram when Michaela found there was a suspect lump in her breast and it was a few days before she knew how serious it was.
Deborah Cable, 52, says that if it wasn't for watching a breast cancer item on Lorraine last October with Dr Hilary Jones she may have caught her cancer too late.
Deborah's daughter, Sam Saunders, also holds the Lorraine show responsible for saving her mum's life and emailed us to say thank you. Now both Sam and Deborah join Lorraine, along with Dr Hilary.