Could an ear piercing cure a migraine?
For people who don't get migraines, it's hard to understand that they're not just really bad headaches. Lasting anywhere between four and 72 hours, migraines can cause extremely painful sensitivity to light and even nausea and vomiting.
Received wisdom is that there's no cure for migraines, but Natalie Thompson says her migraines stopped ever since she had her inner-ear pierced - known as daith piercings.
Dr Bal Athwal is here to explain whether there is any truth behind this new and unexpected treatment.
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With an estimated 700,000 young carers across the UK - all aged under 18 - for many young people childhood involves a lot more than just schoolwork and making friends. Today we meet Emily Wood who cares for her terminally ill mother Hayley and brother Joseph - while her father Kevin works round the clock to support them financially.
...the only way we can currently beat HIV and AIDS is through increased awareness, making sure people protect themselves, increased testing and identification, and early treatment
Although huge steps have been made to combat the disease and educate people on facts surrounding the illness - as well as a lot of stigma still surrounding it - there are still a number of myths associated with HIV.
In this video, Dr Ranj Singh joins us online, to dispel 10 myths associated with HIV.
Dr Chris has gone through today's papers to discuss the latest health headlines for today's show, including a flu jabs warning, the news that kids do twice as well when they eat breakfast, and can coffee cut the risk of an early death?