Do you let your children drink at home?

According to the Daily Mail children offered a sip of their parents drinks are more likely to binge drink their mid teens.

What do you think about this, do you let your children drink at home? Do you think it gives them a more grown up attitude to alcohol? Or is it just encouraging them to drink more?

Get in touch via Twitter, Facebook or by emailing lorraine@itv.com before 8am on Tuesday 31 March and we may read your comments on the show. You must be 18 or over, terms at itv.com/terms.

The prank phone call that shocked the world

It's always hard to watch that but now I'm through the depression.

– Mel Greig

It was the prank phone call which shocked the world, on 4 December 2012 two Australian radio DJ's made a prank call to the hospital treating the Duchess of Cambridge, during her first pregnancy. The hoax ended in tragedy when one of the nurses, who took the call, committed suicide.

Nearly three years on, former radio host Mel Greig, still feels scarred by the incident. Speaking for the first time, on Lorraine, Mel talks about how the incident left her feeling suicidal, getting her life back on track and how she hope to return to radio.

Speaking about trying to get back to work, she said, "people in the media aren't giving me a chance".

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Has Zayn's departure affected you or your child?

Zayn Malik announced yesterday that he has left the band One Direction to take some time 'out of the spotlight' to live the life of a normal 22 year old.

Many fans are distraught and we want to know what you think - are you a fan and has it affected you? Or do you have a child who has been affected by the news? How have they reacted and are you concerned? Do you think Zayn's decision was brave?

We speak to Ross King and Dan Wootton to hear their thoughts.

Do you feel self-conscious while exercising?

Millions of women are not taking enough exercise because of fears of being judged. A new report says worries about being laughed at for being sweaty or struggling at the back of the gym are putting many off.

Do you feel self-conscious while exercising? Does it put you off? Or do you think to hell with what people think?

Get in touch via Twitter, Facebook or by emailing lorraine@itv.com before 8am on Wednesday 25 March and we may read your comments on the show. You must be 18 or over, terms at itv.com/terms.

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Stephen's important message lives on

If it's diagnosed early there's a excellent chance you can survive.

– Andy Sutton

Stephen Sutton became an inspiration when his incurable cancer diagnosis led him to raise millions of pounds for the Teenage Cancer Trust with his Thumbs Up for Stephen campaign.

His father Andy joined Lorraine to talk about Stephen's life as well as his own diagnosis of bowel cancer and how important it is to check for signs of the disease.

Deborah Alsina from Bowel Cancer UK also joined us to talk about the warning signs; a change in bowel habit lasting three weeks or more, a pain or lump in your tummy, bleeding from your bottom and unexplained weight loss and tiredness.

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Stephen Sutton