What to do if you witness an acid attack

Dr Zoe shares her advice for helping people who have been caught up in an acid attack.

  1. Check the surrounding area is safe before approaching

  2. Douse victim with water - at least 60 litres, including flushing out inside of eyelids

  3. Ask victim to remove contaminated clothing - you can help if you have gloves on

  4. Call 999

'If you rest, you rust!' Watch Dr Benjamin's back pain clinic

With the news yesterday that Brits are using bizarre techniques to ease back pain such as drinking urine and applying WD40, it’s clear to see that back pain is something many of us have no clue how to deal with.

Almost half of the UK population suffers from back pain, so we've asked Dr Benjamin Ellis to take your calls and tell you how to treat the pain in your back.

What is fibromyalgia, and how can it be treated?

As Lady Gaga reschedules her the European part of her world tour due to health complications from fibromyalgia, we ask Dr Chris to explain the chronic pain syndrome.

Could beer be causing your man boobs?

Eating right and exercising regularly but still find yourself plagued with man boobs? You might want to look at what you're drinking.

It's thought that drinking too much IPA might be responsible for putting on fat around the chest region.

Dr Chris explains more - and reveals what we can do about it.

Extreme morning sickness: Was your pregnancy harder than you expected?

The morning papers are full of the news of the Duchess' baby on the way - but also of her battle with Hyperemesis Gravidarum - a very extreme type of pregnancy sickness.

Women can experience lots of changes to their bodies when pregnant - some unexpected and some painful.

Today's guest Manisha Ferdinand also suffered from Hyperemesis Gravidarium while pregnant - she joins us today alongside Dr Carol Cooper to tell us more.

Dr Zoe's lowdown on vitiligo

Vitiligo is a common disease that results in depigmented skin. Here are some key facts:

  • It is fairly common and may affect up to 1% of people. That means that we all likely know (or have at least met) somebody who has it.
  • It can develop at any age; the average age of onset is about 20 years and it’s quite rare to develop it after the age of 30

FIRST AID: How to do CPR

If an adult is unresponsive and not breathing, you’ll need to do CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation).

CPR involves giving someone a combination of chest compressions and rescue breaths to keep their heart and circulation going to try to save their life.

St John Ambulance trainer David explains how to do CPR.

Professor Green aims to raise £1M for trauma research

The recent terror attacks in Manchester and London have highlighted how hard the NHS staff work, but also shows how stretched they are. Trauma attacks are the biggest killer of under 40s in the UK and are also one of the most unrecognised departments.

Rap artist Professor Green is putting his star power behind the Transform Trauma campaign to raise £1 million for much-needed research after his life was saved not once, but twice, by trauma doctors.

Prof Green and Professor Karim Brohi

Prof Green is joined on the sofa by Professor Karim Brohi, a leading trauma surgeon who has been on hand for the recent terror attacks, knowing all too well how in need trauma departments are.