Do you need advice on a health problem that you think may have been misdiagnosed? Maybe you've read a recent news headline that's worried you and you need a second opinion? Or you're just too scared to visit your own GP for help?
On Thursday we have not one but two doctors in the house offering you advice on all things health-related, so send us your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9am on Thursday 3 September.
As our resident medical expert, he's been giving our viewers medical advice for the last 27 years - which, in some cases, has saved their lives.
Today we celebrate Dr Chris' return with the news that this year we'll be filming a series of specials bringing him face to face with the people who owe him their life.
What Dr Chris doesn't know, is that this starts today with a surprise guest as we meet Kim Doyle who, after watching Dr Chris do a clinic on cervical cancer, realised she had all the symptoms. She went straight to her GP and three days later was diagnosed with cancer.
Summer ear infections can be quite common, as Prime Minister David Cameron found out earlier this month when his holiday in Portugal was interrupted by a case of swimmer's ear.
Our ears are an important part of our communication system and it is important to care for them, just as we care for any other part of our body.
Consultant ENT surgeon Nick Eynon Lewis joins us to discuss some of the most common ear infections, how to clean our ears and his top tips for good ear health.
[Doctors] said any later, and it could have killed you, because it was strangling my organs
Emrah Mevsimler became the youngest person in the UK to have a gastric band fitted in 2007 when he was just 13. Despite dramatic initial weight loss, Emrah was left with daily stomach cramps and his weight continued to yo-yo.
Regretting the surgery, Emrah had been saving up to pay to have the gastric band removed privately, but just two weeks ago, he was rushed to hospital as the band was strangling his internal organs and he was moments away from losing his life.
So after his experience, how would Emrah advise others in a similar situation? "Definitely try and manage it in another way first - I wouldn't want anyone going through what I went through. Speak to somebody first."
Since I was diagnosed, I've had to adapt to a totally new way of living. The sooner you can accept you need to adapt, then the easier it becomes to accept that you have dementia.
Researchers at Bournemouth University have discovered that dementia is being diagnosed in people ten years earlier than it was 20 years ago. Wendy Mitchell was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's last year, which hugely affects every aspect of her life. She is now taking part in clinical trials and research to raise awareness of this cruel disease and writing a blog, Which me am I today?, which has now become her memory. Wendy joins us along with her daughter Sarah.
Dr Chris will also be on hand to discuss when being forgetful can become more serious and when to discuss this with your GP.
Wendy told Ruth and Eamonn, "The sooner you can accept you need to adapt, then the easier it becomes to accept that you have dementia."
She continued, "When you do get a diagnosis of dementia, it isn't just me who has got it, it's the whole family."
It's been revealed in today's papers that e-cigarettes could become available on the NHS to help smokers kick the habit. But is this money well spent?
Dr Hilary says no, e-cigarettes shouldn't be available on the NHS, but Dr Dawn says she would prescribe them if they were...
A new technological breakthrough has just been revealed which now allows heart patients to be fitted with an ingenious microchip which monitors heart health and alerts GPs should any problems arise.
Today Dr Chris joins us to talk about the crucial heart-attack symptoms we should be aware of and we speak to Mark Mason, a cardiologist who fitted this new technology in patient Reg Youngman, who also joins us to talk about why he's fully behind this cutting-edge technology.
Now, with the summer holidays in full swing ,so are the doors of Accident and Emergency with NHS figures for serious accidents among children soaring during the 6 week break.
But if your children have an accident at home would you be prepared and know how to perform basic first aid?
Joining us with his up to date guide on what should be in your first aid kit at home and the essential life saving techniques you should know is Dr Ranj Singh.