We check in with Dr Hilary Jones to find out what health stories have hit the headlines this week, and with the news that an apple a day can help in the fight against fat, dont' miss this clip!
Nearly a million people in the UK have a form of dementia and more than half of these have Alzheimer's disease. According to new research, the cost of dementia in the UK has hit £26 billion a year - enough to pay the energy bills of every household in the country.
Actress Sally Lindsay's grandmother passed away from Alzheimer's 24 years ago and Sally fears she may get it too. An ambassador for the Alzheimer's Society since 2007, she joins us now to talk about taking part in their fundraising Memory Walks.
Dr Hilary Jones discusses the latest health news headlines including the British volunteer who will be injected with the experimental Ebola vaccine designed to fight the deadly virus, sweeteners and their link to obesity and the Coppa Feel campaign, which encourages women to regularly check their breasts for signs of breast cancer.
Nine-year-old Emma Payton was diagnosed with a rare soft tissue cancer last year and with many rounds of chemotherapy, a nine hour operation to remove the remaining tissue from her face, Emma had her last chemotherapy session in April this year.
Quickly settling into her old life, she still dances and sings and is currently preparing for a charity dance show in November. She joins us today along with her mother Tracey and their Macmillan nurse who Tracey describes as a "godsend" Andrea Stevenson, ahead of the Macmillan Coffee Morning event next Friday.
Dr Hilary joins Lorraine to discuss the latest health headlines including the Duchess of Cambridge's morning sickness, smoking in cars with children on board and how walking for half an hour every day can help slow ageing.
After losing her husband to pancreatic cancer, Maggie Watts launched a national campaign calling for greater awareness and gained the support of former Coronation Street star Julie Hesmondhalgh.
After getting over 100,000 signatures on their e-petition, a parliamentary debate took place in Westminster yesterday. Maggie and Julie join Lorraine to let us know if they'll get the funding they need.