Dr HilaryJones joins us for his usual Thursday dose of the latest health headlines.
This week it emerges that a glass of wine each night could decrease the risk of cancer in women and more under-16s are using contraception, meaning abortion and teenage pregnancy rates are falling.
Plus, Hilary and Fiona find out who their celebrity body doppelgangers are!
Dr Hilary discusses the latest health headlines - including a huge breakthrough for Alzheimer's sufferers and the development of a bionic eye to cure blindness.
Angelina Jolie has also triggered a rise in people checking for breast cancer and sausage sales are falling as shoppers go for healthier alternatives.
However campaigners have argued they are healthier than ever...
Men now have four times as many treatments such as tummy tucks and boob reductions as compared to the last decade in a bid to look like Hollywood A-listers
Dr Hilary joins us to discuss the latest health headlines including the news that cosmetic surgery among males is on the rise as they bid to look like Hollywood A-listers.
Plus doctors are backing a 20 per cent sugar tax to fight obesity and our resident health expert talks about a new documentary on women and autism.
Dr Hilary takes us through this week's health headlines, including how to stay hydrated when the heatwave returns, staying in shape when you're out and about, and a new snoring solution that could help save marriages!
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Dr Hilary Jones discusses the latest health headlines - including Avril Lavigne's Lyme Disease diagnosis.
The 30-year-old singer revealed this week that she suffered nearly two months of night sweats and flu-like symptoms after contracting the inflammatory disease caused by tick bites.
Our resident doctor also spoke about the link between smoking and being overweight with going grey in your Twenties.
Plus he applauds reigning Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova for speaking out about periods.
Scientists make a cancer breakthrough that could save thousands of lives, letters from street signs go missing to raise awareness of a big health cause and sugar apparently could actually be good for your kids!
Plus... is rap music bad for our health?
Dr Hilary Jones is here to bring us the latest health headlines this week.
Dr Hilary Jones is here for his weekly round-up of health headlines.
The NHS is making the headlines by announcing that three regions, involving hospitals, GP’s, community care and social services are going to be overhauled with something called a success regime.
It’s heart rhythm week and the heart charity Arrhythmia Alliance have launched a campaign called Detect, Protect and Correct. In the UK 250 people die a day from cardiac arrest. Dr Hilary has the latest gadget where you can check your heart rate from your phone and shows you how to correctly check your pulse, for free!