Dr Hilary is in Benidorm with essential advice on how to stay safe on your summer holidays.
The pop up tent in our video was supplied by Olipro.
We'd like to thank the staff and patients at the Family Medical Centre in Albir.
For more information visit their website at www.albirfamilymedicalcentre.com
Dr Hilary has opened his holiday surgery, so whether you're staying at home or jetting off abroad, watch his dispense his essential advice for staying safe in the sun this summer.
The tent featured in this video is from OLPRO
Breast is best
Does breastfeeding really help to shift that baby weight?
To mark World Breastfeeding Week we speak to a new mum who says that despite breastfeeding and healthy eating, she didn't lose any weight until she stopped.
Dr Hilary also joins us to offer his expert medical view and emphasise why it's important that weight loss should not be the only motivation to breastfeed.
A lot of people say stand up is hard, but I love talking, I get paid to talk, and there are no early mornings!
In her book What The **** Is Normal?, stand-up comedienne Francesca Martinez reveals how she defied expectations after her parents were told that she would never lead a normal life, following her diagnosis with cerebral palsy at the age of two.
After a tough time at high school, Francesca says she felt 'saved' when she won a part in Grange Hill aged 14. Now, as an adult with a successful television career, she wants her disability to be accepted rather than discriminated against.
What the **** is Normal by Francesca Martinez is out now.
I realised no one is normal. We all have things we can't do, and I am no different.
Lorraine loves a bit of Zumba to keep herself in shape and today we visit her weekly class and talk to the man who came up with the idea back in 1999.
Now a worldwide phenomenon, Beto Perez retraces his story, explains its success and takes a class on the Wharf!
Everyone who's been in touch, it’s helping me through it
Michelle Heaton is bravely going ahead with a hysterectomy in a bid to prevent ovarian cancer. The Big Reunion star underwent a double mastectomy after discovering she has an 80 per cent chance of developing breast cancer due to a mutated BRCA2 gene.
The same gene increases her chance of ovarian cancer and she says she doesn't want to risk her children growing up without a mother. She joins Lorraine live on the sofa for an exclusive TV interview.
We first met Lucy Heather when she came on the show in February, to talk about trying a new weight-loss device - a balloon which is swallowed and then inflated inside the stomach to make you feel full quicker.
Five months later, Lucy is back - along with Kerry Kightley who also underwent the procedure... but did it work?