If you have pale skin, you're more likely to burn.
With the weather warming up and a heatwave just around the corner, it's essential that we all protect ourselves, skin cancer rates have soared, with 100,000 new cases.
We speak to Kim Chilvers and Dr Hilary Jones, and we take a look at the big names who are raising awareness for the cause.
The British Association of Dermatologists provide free information about skin cancer, the signs to look for and how to protect yourself. You can visit their website here.
I couldn't go to the doctor because I didn't think I was ill, and that was a huge vanity thing.
This week, Anthea Turner revealed how her hair fell out due to the stress of her marriage breakdown - and she's not alone. Up to eight million women in the UK will experience hairloss at some point in their lives.
We're joined by Dr Sarah Jarvis and former Corrie star Shobna Gulati who noticed her hair was thinning as she went through the menopause.
Shobna is taking positive steps towards improving the condition of her hair and told us she is taking Viviscalsupplements, which promote healthy hair growth.
Mother's instinct always knows best... I knew something wasn't right.
Friend of the show Michelle Heaton joins us in her first television interview since her son Aaron Jay contracted viral meningitis.
She's joined by Dr Ellie Cannon who talks about how to spot the signs of the virus and how to deal with it.
Victoria Pendleton is the London 2012 golden girl who kept us captivated in each of her performances in the velodrome and Melanie C was the sportiest of the all the Spices.
Together they are gearing up to take part in a women-only triathlon on 13th July, and encourage more females to get fit!
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.
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.
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?