These 4D ultrascan pictures have been released which show a baby of a smoking mother apparently wincing in the womb compared to a more peaceful baby of a non-smoking mother, suggesting the effects of smoking whilst pregnant are more serious than ever believed. This is the subject of today's phone-in. Are you pregnant and still smoking? Maybe you're wracked with guilt and just can't quit and need some advice? Perhaps you have a strong opinion on pregnant women who smoke and want to get that across? Maybe you smoked throughout all of your pregnancies? Perhaps you are a man who is concerned that your pregnant wife or girlfriend cannot or will not give up smoking?
Whatever your opinion, we want to hear from you, and Dr Dawn Harper is on hand to take your calls.
Sky Sports F1 presenter Natalie Pinkham has revealed how she nearly died giving birth to her first child nine weeks ago.
In a dramatic turn of events Natalie's labour turned into a traumatic nightmare after she was forced to have an emergency caesarian section when doctors saw her baby's blood pressure plummet. It didn't end there - just days later, after her son Wilfred was born, Natalie's bladder nearly burst due to diabetes insipidus (DI).
Now, back at work, Natalie is here to recount here dramatic ordeal.
It's hard to put it all back in the box at the end of that...
Seven years ago Robin Rinaldi, a magazine journalist from San Francisco was in a happy marriage of 17 years.
But one day she moved out, posted a personal ad seeking single men to help her explore her sexuality, slept with a dozen over the course of a year, all from Monday to Friday, only to rejoin her husband on weekends and carry on with their happy marriage.
Robin's written a memoir called The Wild Oats Project about her experiences, and she joins us today via live link from New York.
As Gino proves with his homemade pasta, great things can start life as store cupboard staples!
So if yours needs stocking up, here's Alice with this week's best supermarket deals.
Supermodel Elle Macpherson is reportedly about to become a mum again, via surrogacy, at the age of 51. We want to know what you think.
Maybe you've become a parent later on in life and believe that age is just a number? Perhaps you're an older mum or dad and you've encountered negative reactions about your age. Maybe you regret having a baby later on in life, and believe that parenting should be left to the young. Or quite the opposite - maybe you think you had a baby too early and wished you'd waited.
Kayode Modupe-Ojo had a jet-setting lifestyle that was enviable to many. But just when he thought things couldn’t get any better, his whole life came crashing down with a click of a button.
After accepting a friend request from a girl on social networking site, things quickly headed into a downward spiral ending with him being locked up for a crime he didn’t commit. Kayode was falsely accused of kidnap and rape, but acquitted on day one of the court case due to a total lack of evidence.
Now - speaking for the first time- Kayode joins us today to tell us about his ordeal.
The pound is hovering near the psychological €1.40 barrier – some days it’s higher, some days not – but it’s the best rate since 2007. So our Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis is here to answer the question on everyone’s lips: Should I buy euros for the summer now, and what’s the best way to do so?
In a documentary going out on Monday night, we'll meet little Aidan Jackoviak Smith.
When Aidan, now four, arrived on Boxing Day 2010, he was the best Christmas present parents Karl and Vikki could wish for. But from day one Aidan's path has been far from easy. His head and body were covered in huge swellings, and extensive brain damage soon became clear.
After appearing on This Morning in 2013, Aidan’s parents continued on their desperate search for a diagnosis, and today they can reveal they finally have one. Aidan has Clove Syndrome - one of the rarest conditions in the world.
Aidan’s devoted parents Karl and Vikki join us today with an update, and to tell us about their hopes for their son's future.
Aidan Smith the Rarest Boy in the World is on Channel 5 tomorrow at 9pm