An inquest into the death of Peaches Geldof found the fatal heroin dose that killed her was discovered in a box containing sweets, having successfully beaten her heroin addiction several months before, the inquest heard she had begun using again in February this year.
Denise Robertson joins us along with Dominic Ruffy from the Amy Winehouse Foundation to take calls from viewers affected by drugs.
Do you ever worry about your child 'getting in' with the wrong crowd or being led astray by friends at school? On Tuesday's show, Eamonn and Ruth be will taking your calls on the subject.
For the chance to get a reply on the show, send a short email to email@example.com, summing up your problem, with your name and telephone number. You must be 18 or over, and we need your emails by 11am on Tuesday 29 July 2014. Terms can be viewed at itv.com/terms.
Girls are taken out of the UK for holidays, sold abroad... and forgotten
When Gabriella Gillespie's mother was murdered by her own father at the age of six, she could never have known the catalogue of horrors that would dominate the rest of her young adult life.
Taken by her murdering father to the Arab country of Yemen, she watched her siblings get married off for money, resulting in the suicide of one of her sisters, until she became a child bride herself at the age of 14.
After 17 years of hell in a violent marriage, she was forced to flee to the UK with her five children in a frantic bid to stop history repeating itself. She has finally mustered up the courage to tell her story in a book called A Father's Betrayal and she joins us today.
A Father's Betrayal is out on 25 July 2014
Jonny Benjamin was diagnosed with Schizoaffective Disorder aged 20, however, he struggled to deal with his diagnosis and in 2008 Jonny went to Waterloo Bridge to take his own life.
A stranger, whom he called Mike, stopped him that day and changed his life forever, six years later Jonny succeeded in an online campaign #FindMike, to track down his Good Samaritan, and finally met Neil Laybourn.
Jonny is now a mental health campaigner and blogger, and he is here alongside Neil, to talk about mental health and the ongoing stigmatisation of people suffering from mental health issues.
Do you get bitten by mosquitoes? Have you ever wondered whether they are attracted to certain types of people - and that there's a reason it's always you?
Then you might be having the same kinds of problems Eamonn has - so it's no surprise he and Ruth chose Dr James Logan's bite remedies as today's Best Bit!
On 18 February, 20-year-old Hollie Gazzard was stabbed to death in front of her horrified colleagues at the hairdressing salon where she worked.
The perpetrator of the frenzied attack was her ex-boyfriend Asher Maslin, 22. Last week, Asher was jailed for life and ordered to serve a minimum of 24 years in prison.
Now Hollie's grieving family want to speak out about the dangers of domestic violence and knife crime amongst young people. Her father Nick and sister Chloe join us to tell us how they are hoping to turn the tragedy of Hollie's death into a message of hope for those who may be suffering in the same way.
According to new research, one in 10 new mums wait longer than six months to have sex after childbirth - that's eight times longer than mums in the seventies. So why are modern women putting off sex post-pregnancy
Today we meet Hayley McLean, who didn't have sex with her partner until a year after her son was born, because she was worried about her body image.
For today's Best Bits, Eamonn and Ruth are keen to pick Mark Williams-Thomas' online safety advice - watch the video to find out why.