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Is your favourite show harming your health?

We all do it, but could bingeing on your favourite box sets be putting our lives at risk?

According to scientists spending five of more hours a day in front of our favourite shows makes us two-and-a half times more likely to die from a blood clot on the lungs.

Dr Hilary explains more in this week's edition of The Pulse...

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Coming up on Thursday's show

Coming up on Thursday's show, comedian Shappi Khorsandi joins Fiona to talk about her funny and controversial debut novel, Nina is Not OK. Plus, we speak to the woman responsible for unmasking Jimmy Savile as she relives her nightmare for a new book.

Could our favourite TV shows be harming our health? Find out in this week's edition of The Pulse.

And, former Corrie and The Bill stars Andrew Paul and Sean Ward reveal why they're teaming up!

That and a whole lot more from 8:30am.

Catch up with Lorraine on The ITV Hub.

What happened to Damien Nettles?

We were just fascinated by how a teenage boy could completely vanish without a trace on a night out on an island so small - it was extraordinary

– Alys Harte on the disappearance of teenager Damien Nettles

Almost two decades after teenager Damien Nettles vanished on the Isle of Wight, journalists Alys Harte and Bronagh Munro re-investigate the case in an attempt to discover the truth behind his disappearance and bring closure to his family.