Psychologist Anjula Mutanda and Dr Zoe join Ben and Holly to take viewers' calls about depression. First up, we speak to Dawn, who wants to know how she can stop her depression from ruining her marriage.
The clocks go back this weekend, bringing in shorter days and darker nights - but this will also mean misery for millions of us. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of winter depression that makes many of us feel lethargic, low and irritable as we crave the return of sun-filled days.
But this year, we're not going to give into the winter blues! Dr Zoe is here with all the tips you need to combat SAD and return to the light.
It's all starting to feel a bit chilly, but does that automatically mean we're going to get ill? Not if Dr Zoe has anything to say about it! She's here to tell us how we can brave the cold with her top tips for staying healthy to keep those cold and flu viruses at bay.
It goes to show that anybody can do simple first aid and save a life. Any age, any background. You don't need special training to do it
Dr Ranj's first aid training video has helped to save the lives of three children who joined us on the sofa today.
Dr Ranj tells us that "choking still causes 25 deaths in children every year", and stresses the importance of basic first aid training for both parents and children.
Corrie's Beverley Callard bravely opened up about her recovery from her depression, which at one point left her feeling suicidal.
While sat alongside her husband Jon, the inspiring actress spoke about the importance of getting the right help for you.
If you came across a person who was unresponsive , would you know what to do?
Dr Ranj explains the basic first aid anyone can administer if they discover an unresponsive adult or child.
Remember, if you're ever faced with the possiblity of having to perform CPR, it's better to do something than nothing at all.
In our latest life saving video with Dr Ranj, we take a look at how to perform basic life support on an adult should the situation ever arise.
Adults are more likely than children to require basic life support, and it’s more likely to be because of a heart problem, the key as Dr Ranj explains is to get in there EARLY as this will improve the chances of success.
We have some very exciting news to announce today, after viewer Chelle Nichol got in touch to say thank you after her seven-month-old baby boy Blake choked on a 20p coin this week.
By following Dr Ranj’s choking guide step by step, Chelle managed to get Blake to cough the coin up, and says that without our advice she wouldn’t have known how to save his life.
Chelle speaks to us live from her home in Ayrshire with baby Blake, just 24 hours after he choked.