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.
Spring is a time of growth and renewal which we can definitely apply to our health and Dr Hilary has some great tips on how to start your day and explains how getting more light and exercise will do us the world of good.
After Angelina Jolie has revealed that she's had her ovaries removed to prevent getting cancer - due to being a carrier of the BRCA2 gene mutation, meaning she has a 50% risk - Dr Hilary tells us more about how women like her and Michelle Heaton are raising awareness by opening up about their stories.
He also brings us more health headlines, including how smoking really does affect an unborn baby, why an ill-fitting bra can cause backache and why long lie-ins could lead to depression, heart disease and even premature death.
This week Dr Hilary's Pulse takes a look at the myths around breastfed babies earning more as adults.
Plus, could we soon see pharmacists working alongside GPs to cut waiting times and does turning off the lights when you go to sleep really make a difference to your health?
We're talking about endometriosis in The Pulse on Thursday's Lorraine - and a new campaign which is encouraging women to talk about their periods. But how do you feel talking about yours?
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