Our Check Your Chaps campaign last year was a huge success and we'd like to hear if the initiative - aimed at raising awareness of two of the most common cancers in men - affected you or a loved one...
Did you or a partner discover they had testicular or prostate cancer after watching one of our discussions on symptoms and self-examination. Did you manage to catch it just in time as a result?
If you've got some feedback for us or a story to tell, then please get in touch by emailing email@example.com by Friday 12 February.
Dr Hilary Jones joins us to tell us this week's health headlines and also shows us what happened when he tried the new fitness fad for men... broga (that's brothers plus yoga in case you hadn't realised!).
Mentioned by Hilary in today's Pulse:
AlcoSense Single Breathyliser cost £2.99 per tester and is available at Boots.
AlcoSense Pro costs £129.99 and is available at alcosnese.co.uk.
Broga with Matt Miller – Kick Some Asana! - is out 21 December
As part of this year's Text Santa appeal we've been looking at the wonderful work of MacMillan Cancer nurses.
Today we meet Angela who found out she was pregnant after a cervical cancer diagnosis.
Her nurse helped her through this tough time and now she's proud mum to a healthy baby.
This week's Pulse sees Dr Hilary talking about sugar tax, Wale's new opt-out system for organ donation and Britain's youngest donor. Plus we find out more about the NHS choir from Lewisham that's going places!
Hilary also shows us a new ad that's in our cinemas raising awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Following actor Charlie Sheen's public announcement he is HIV-positive, Dr Hilary Jones joins Lorraine to address some common misconceptions about the virus.
It wasn't party girl drinking, I was drinking through loneliness, boredom and things that had happened in my life to blot it out
Thirty-four per cent of women are now classed as high risk drinkers, with one in six developing a health problem due to drinking too much.
We meet Hazel Worrall-Jones, who is now sober after drinking up to two bottles of wine every night for more than 20 years.
Hazel told Lorraine how her drinking spiralled out of control, when she hit rock bottom, and how she managed to turn her life around.
This week is Alcohol Awareness Week and Dr Hilary was also on hand to offer advice on safe alcohol limits.