Don't die of ignorance

In a new survey this morning, one in five women aged 16-25 couldn't name a single correct symptom of any of the five gynaecological cancers, including ovarian, cervical, womb.

The research from charity The Eve Appeal, also found that young women are more embarrassed to discuss their gynaecological health.

Lorraine and Dr Hilary speaks to Jacqueline Egan, who was diagnosed with cervical cancer and now wants mums to educate their daughters on the issue.

Dr Hilary's guide to cervical cancer - the facts that could save your life

Chloe Madeley tells us how regular check-ups saved her life

Visit the Cancer Research UK website

Visit the MacMillan website

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Maple and thyme chicken with bacon hash

James Tanner's delicious chicken dish is served with sweetcorn and bacon hash and green beans. Hash is a dish consisting of diced meat, potatoes, and spices that are mixed together and then cooked either alone or with other ingredients such as onions. The name is derived from the French verb hacher (to chop).

Hash is a nice side but also tasty enough to eat as a nice little snack or to take to work the next day!

'I'd be a good party planner if I wasn't an actor'

It's like a dog chasing it's tail, it never ends

– Jennifer on internet rumours

Ross King chats to Hollywood actress Jennifer Aniston about Googling herself, what her perfect day is like and her new comedy Life of Crime, in which she plays a 1970's socialite caught up in an elaborate kidnap plot!

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Would you do the same as Ashya's parents?

The story of five-year-old Ashya King dominates today's papers. Ashya is very sick with a brain tumour, but was removed from Southampton Hospital by his parents and taken abroad where they hope to get him a new kind of treatment not offered in the UK.
They're now in trouble with the authorities. Can you understand what they've done?
Do you sympathise with their actions? Would you do the same?

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