Harnaam Kaur has a condition called polycystic ovary syndrome. She tells ITV's This Morning about her decision to keep her hair.
This Morning is marking its 25th anniversary with a return to where the show began - Liverpool's Albert Docks.
This Morning is urging people to Take a Moment and perform a small meaningful act of kindness as part of its 25th anniversary celebrations.
This Morning has been named best daytime show at the National Television Awards for the fourth year in a row.
Accepting the award Phillip Schofield said: "This is a real shock for us actually, four in a row is unbelievable. Thank you so much to the This Morning viewers who are such a loyal family."
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ITV's This Morning are launching 'You Can Be Heroes' week with the help of the Prince of Wales.
After last year's successful Olympic and Paralympic Games, the prince hopes that the public can maintain and build on the goodwill and enthusiasm generated by Games-makers and volunteers.
He said: "A lot of people don’t realise how so many of these people keep the whole show on the road. There is something remarkable in this country I think, about the volunteering spirit.”
Prince Charles also spoke about other, more personal areas of his life, such as not wanting to hand on "increasingly dysfunctional world" to his and every, grandchild.
He also spoke of his fears for Prince Harry, who is currently serving in Afghanistan:
"Certainly every night I worry. But he loves doing what he’s doing and he’s brilliant at it.”
The full interview with the Prince of Wales will be broadcast on Monday 7th January
X Factor winner James Arthur told ITV1's This Morning that he has "a lot to say" on his upcoming album and promised fans that he will have creative control over his work.
"I will definitely be having control over everything that happens, I will have creative control and the artistic license - if that's not the case, then I wouldn't put anything out that I didn't believe in."
This Morning doctor Chris Steele revealed he has been diagnosed with skin cancer 16 years after he was first treated for it.
The GP told the show's hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby the cancer was "purely the result of over-exposure to the sun and sunbeds" many years ago.
He said: "Back in 1996 I had skin cancer on the left side of my cheek which was removed and I was left with a hole in my cheek about the size of a fifty pence piece and a skin surgeon stitched the edges together and you can't see where its been.
"A few years later my wife said 'you've got a mark on your back just the same as your face', and I went back to see the guy and yes, it was another skin cancer - a different type to the other one I had on my face...and then two weeks ago, I found a mark on my leg.
"I went to the specialist again and yes, it was skin cancer and my whole body was checked. I was told I've got more on my face, an early stage of skin cancer."
This Morning presenter Ruth Langsford read out an apology from Phillip Schofield after he presented the Prime Minister with a list of alleged child abusers live on air yesterday.
Schofield was absent from today's edition of This Morning as he and co-host Holly Willoughby hand over presenting duties to Eamonn Holmes and his wife each Friday.
Theresa May was quizzed on her fondness for flashy footwear on ITV1's This Morning after wearing a pair of striking leopard-print shoes to the show.
Asked by presenter Holly Willoughby whether she was making a statement with her shoes, the Home Secretary replied: "I just like and enjoy putting on nice shoes. I think it's great."