Two Bradford midwives are in the running for a national nursing award. Caroline Booth and Tina Mori will attend a ceremony in London.
Pregnant women are to be offered the whooping cough vaccine for their newborn following a rise in the number of cases.
A party is being held to mark 20 years since the opening of an intensive care unit for babies in Scunthorpe.
To all parents, the birth of their children is remarkable, but a mother from Chesterfield have even more reason to be amazed. Sara Chiad's given birth to what could be Britain's biggest twins. Hannah and Thomas were born by caesarean weighing a combined total of 18 pounds.
A mother who turned inventor when she identified a gap in the baby bottle market has seen business soar after her product was snapped up by a major supermarket. Claire Mitchell from Bradford says the reusable teat will make life easier for mums everywhere.
A mother from Bradford has invented a reusable multi-purpose teat which can attach to any boxed drink for infants on the go. Claire Mitchell came up with the idea when she was in need of a quick and easy way to feed a carton of formula to her own baby.
She's now been trading for a year and exports her invention to ten different countries. Her invention is hitting the shelves in the UK in 400 branches of a major supermarket chain.
A record fifty three babies have been delivered in forty eight hours at Hull Royal Infirmary. The unit normally expects around seventeen births per day. Extra staff were drafted in to deal with the baby boom.