A sisterly bond like no other

Six-year-old Milly Smith can now play outside - after her big sister Kacey, eight, saved her with a bone marrow transplant.

Milly had previously lived her life in a bubble, after a disease which affects one in eight million left her with virtually no immune system, but she is now able to lead a more normal life thanks to her sister.

We're joined by the two girls and their proud mum Theresa.

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Secret Bodies: Excessive sweating

It's week four of our series looking at illnesses and conditions that people are too embarrassed to talk about and today week we're talking about the problem of excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), a condition that affects thousands of women across Britain.

Joining us today is Kayley Waterer whose sweating has caused her great distress and embarrassment and alongside her will be Dr Hilary.

Are you up to date with your smears?

As it's revealed that around 360,000 more women are overdue a cervical cancer screening compared to three years ago, we want to know if you have put off having your smear test. If so, why? Is it just something you never get round to?

Let us know by tweeting us @itvlorraine, leaving a comment on Facebook, or emailing lorraine@itv.com. Terms at itv.com/terms.

How do you give your kids a healthy diet?

What lengths do you go to to get your children to eat healthily? If you have any tips to share with us we'd love to hear them.

Let us know by tweeting us @itvlorraine, leaving a comment on Facebook, or emailing lorraine@itv.com. Terms at itv.com/terms.

Do you suffer from excessive sweating?

Next week Dr Hilary is back to help with the issue of excessive sweating.

Is this something you're desperate for help with? Or something you've struggled with in the past and would like to help others with?Whatever your story we would love to hear from you.

Please email your name and daytime contact number to lorraine@itv.com.

Dr Hilary's advice on adult acne

Cameron Diaz, Kate Moss and Britney Spears have all suffered from adult acne - just like 60% of British women who will experience some form of acne during their adult lives.

Today, we hear from former EastEnder Lucy Speed who spent thousands trying to cure her own acne while Dr Hilary offers advice.

Secret Bodies: Unwanted facial hair

In the next of his Secret Bodies series, Dr Hilary Jones is looking at excess and unwanted female facial hair. Andrea Manning, now 44, has had facial hair since her teens, and talks to us about her experiences below.

Plus, Dr Hilary talks about living with the problem and what the different options are when it comes to treating it.

More details on available treatments for hirsutism from the NHS:

Short term cosmetic help
Shaving
Quick and easy and will not make the hair grow back quicker or thicker. However, you may find you have to shave everyday, it may cause irritation and there is unpleasant stubble growth between shaves.

Waxing, threading and sugaring
Can reduce regrowth if done regularly, but can be painful and may cause scarring or folliculitis (inflammation of a hair follicle).

Bleaching
Can make dark hair look better in the short term, but may irritate your skin and is not effective for everyone.

Hair removal creams are also available.

Long term cosmetic help
Electrolysis
When electricity is used to destroy hair cells and remove hair permanently. However, it takes many treatments over a long time, it can be painful and may cause scarring or changes to your skin colour (check the electrologist is accredited through the British Institute & Association of Electrolysis).

Laser treatment
Involves powerful beams of light (lasers) which destroy the hair. It can last several months and is more effective on women with pale skin and dark hair.

Get further help and information on hirsutism from the NHS