We find out if too much red meat is really that bad for you. Dr Michael Mosley sets the record straight and separates the healthy facts from the meaty fiction.
Last week it was reported that a mum saved her daughter's leg from being amputated after sending a picture of it to an expert, according to the article, doctors in Singapore mistook the baby's badly swollen foot for a severe bone disease and wanted to cut it off.
The baby's mum was doubtful and sent a photo of it to a skin expert in the UK who spotted that it was a treatable skin disease.
Is asking for a diagnosis digitally a safe thing to do? Today on This Morning we will see whether it's possible to get advice from a doctor from only a photograph.
Kira Yates, nine, is about as remarkable a child as you could imagine. She was born with an extremely rare chromosomal disorder called Apert Syndrome which resulted in her being born with completely unexpected malformations to her skull, face, hands and feet.
The condition has been dubbed broken doll syndrome, as for years Kira has had endless painful operations to rebuild parts of her body so that it's able to facilitate her growth like that of a healthy child.
Today she joins us now alongside her mother Michelle and Joan Grogan, the Cranio Facial Nurse from Alderhey Children's Hospital in Liverpool who's supported Kira and her family through the initial trauma and life with such a rare and debilitating condition.
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With the world still coming to terms with the sad loss of actor and comedian Robin Willliams, who had fought a well documented battle with depression, we're taking your calls on the subject.
We're joined by mental health campaigner Jonny Benjamin, who himself has battled depression, and Dr Dawn Harper.
It's the little things you miss when someone isn't there
Just a month ago Kym Norris was walking to and from work, doing 10-hour days and dog-sitting for her son, TOWIE star Bobby, unaware that anything was wrong.
However in the last few weeks the family's world has been completely turned upside down after Kym was diagnosed with leukaemia.
Now desperately ill in hospital she's been told that she urgently needs a bone marrow transplant if she has any hope of surviving.
Bobby is absolutely devastated. He is throwing himself into campaigning for a transplant. He's here today along with leukaemia expert Ann O'Leary from the charity Anthony Nolan and Dr Chris, who will explain what Kym is going through.
Bobby is calling on everyone aged 16 to 30 to join the Anthony Nolan bone marrow register at anthonynolan.org
You can't just smell it... you have to taste it
Adele and Anita are 50-year-old twins with very bizarre appetites. When she was a child, Adele started to eat candles and has never stopped, while Anita got a very strange craving whilst pregnant... for books!
The sisters join This Morning to talk about suffering from Pica Syndrome, the condition which causes the strange cravings.