Dr Dawn is here to answer your questions. Are you overdue? How did you get your labour started? What are the funniest myths you've heard?
Dr Dawn lets you know the facts.
Last week we kicked off our new Dr. Chris item Cradle to Grave, looking at toddlers and teens.
This week we continue from teens to young adults: Dr. Chris will talk us through acne and growing pains.
If you've been inspired by our women taking part in Run For Your Life and are eager to run 5K in five weeks (well four now) then it's important to limber up before you set off regardless of your level of fitness.
In our latest video, Julie Creffield demonstrates two forms of stretching both important before and after your run. The first is dynamic and the second is static.
Dynamic stretching is used to stretch the muscle through repetitive movement whereas static stretches encourage the muscle to be stretched to a comfortable position then held for roughly 30 seconds.
If you're joining in with our five weeks to 5K running programme, we want to see your first run photos!
Whether it's a sweaty selfie, a pair of muddy trainers or a jubilant jump for joy, capture the moment you got moving and send it to us.
Please consult a medical professional before starting any new exercise activity.
Are you experiencing unpleasant feelings of loneliness and finding it hard to cope? If so Denise Robertson joins us to explain that you're not alone, and help is nearby...
Today we're launching a new medical item with Dr Chris called Cradle to Grave. Over the next four weeks we'll be looking at different conditions that affect us at different ages.
We're kicking off week one with toddlers to teens, and Dr Chris talks us through meningitis, ear and throat infections and the skin conditions eczema and acne.
Have you taken the decision to join us in our five week plan designed to help you run 5K? Was the last time you exercised a sprint to catch the bus or climbing the stairs when a lift was out of service? And do you have five hundred pairs of shoes to cover every occasion but not a single pair of running shoes?
If you're in the market for a new pair of trainers, it's important you're aware of how the sole of your foot is structured to maximise performance and minimise injury.
Just follow the simple water test to give yourself an idea of how your foot arches before setting off to pick up your new sneakers!
The UK is basking in April sunshine, but experts are predicting six months of hayfever hell for an estimated 18 million people with severe pollen levels forecast.
But what causes hayfever? Why do only certain people suffer? And how can it be prevented?
Dr Chris is here with all you need to know about the allergy, how to cope with the symptoms and a few interesting old wives' tales.