Our children are exposed to all sorts of illnesses and ailments at school. Dr Chris explains some of the most common conditions children pick up, from head lice to stomach bugs. He'll explain what we should be looking out for, how we can treat the conditions and crucially whether or not they need time off school.
Are you worried about your child's health? Maybe they have a bug they can't seem to throw off, or perhaps they're always complaining of an ace or pain. Perhaps you suspect your teen has a condition that they're too embarrassed to talk to you about?
Watch Dr Chris answer viewers' questions on children's health.
A report by Macmillan Cancer Support shows that friends and family caring for someone with the disease often neglect their own health. Today we are joined by former Sugarbabe Jade Ewen, who cares for both her parents, and Denise Robertson to take your calls.
For more advice see our carers helplines
It's half-term but you can keep your kids learning as Professor Robert Winston gives us a fascinating lesson on the human body!
Sir Robert's brand new encyclopaedia, Superhuman, looks at the amazing things the body can do, and today he's here to teach us some of the most extraordinary facts about the brain, heart, skeleton and stomach - and to set Eamonn and Ruth a biology test.
Dr Dawn Harper and psychologist Emma Kenny take calls from viewers whose worries about their body are affecting their day-to-day life.
For Polish fireman Darek Fidyka, who became paralysed after his spinal cord was severed, the secret to walking again was under his nose the whole time.
After receiving pioneering surgery that took naturally regenerating cells from his nose and implanted them into his spine, Darek eventually regained sensation in his legs. Ten months after the surgery Darek was able to walk again with the aid of braces and a walking frame.
We are joined by David Nicholls, who raised close to £1 million to fund the research into the surgery after his son, Daniel, was paralysed, and Professor Geoffrey Raisman, who conducted the groundbreaking research.
Are you feeling the pressure of trying to achieve an unrealistic body image? Does how you look make you feel miserable? Maybe you're worried your children feel anxious and insecure about their shape and appearance and you don't know what to do.
Body image specialists Holli Rubin and Natasha Devon are here to take our viewers' questions, queries and worries,