Yesterday saw the hottest day since 2006, with most of us sweltering in stifling heat as the mercury rocketed to over 34 degrees!
A lot of us are feeling the effects of the heat and sun - especially the at-risk groups such as the elderly and those with respiratory conditions - and the Met Office have issued a level three health warning.
Dr Chris is here to reveal the best way to cope with heat-related illnesses and the best preventative measures.
Britain is set to sizzle this week as forecasts predict as record-breaking heatwave. Thermometers will soar from today, with tomorrow set to be the hottest day for several years.
According to official figures, the heatwave in July 2013 claimed nearly 800 lives in England and Wales. Dr. Ranj joins us with advice on how to beat the heat...which could save your life!
We joke about it, but it’s actually not that funny... For many women it can be very debilitating.
A This Morning poll has found that one in three women have experienced some sort of incontinence. You're really not alone if you're one of them.
TV presenter turned entrepreneur Carol Smillie is one famous face who from time to time has had to deal with incontinence as part of her life. She's here to tell us about her own experience and is joined by Dr Chris to tell us about this hidden condition and what we can do to prevent it.
Yesterday we were told that skinny jeans can cause joint and circulation problems, but are there other fashion choices can be bad for our health? Dr Dawn is here to give us the lowdown on some fashion choices we might want to avoid.
With so many of you commenting online about the male contraceptive pill, it has been made the subject of our phone-in. Do you think a male contraceptive pill is a good idea? Would you trust your man to take charge of birth control? And is it fair that most of the responsibility is currently on the woman? Could this ease the problems in your sex life or be the contraception you have been searching for? Would you consider using the male pill?
It's estimated that nearly 18 million people have hay fever in the UK and is most common in children, but can develop at any age. 95% of hay fever sufferers are allergic to grass pollen, but tree and weed pollen can cause problems too.
Hay fever can be a debilitating condition, affecting every day life and it is also believed that children with hay fever will drop a GCSE grade compared to children who do not have hay fever.
With hay fever on the rise, Dr Sophie Farooque, a leading allergy consultant at St Mary's Hospital, is here to explain why that may be, and what we can do to help ease these debilitating symptoms.
If you were affected by today's postnatal depression in men chat, agony aunt Denise Robertson has some words of advice you might like to hear.
Diagnosing cervical cancer early can be life saving and that's why Dr Dawn is here to help women lose the fear and go smear - with a live cervical screening in studio.