Pop stars Britney Spears and Justin Bieber are wrapping themselves up to support to a new craze raising money for one of our hospitals.
They've joined a long list of celebrities worldwide wearing scarves with their initials on.
All the money will go to the new Alder Hey children's hospital and research centre which opens next year.
A young woman from Manchester is warning others not to ignore the risks of having a stroke.
Amanda Morgan is 25 and was at work when she suddenly couldn't speak or lift her arms.
Today the Stroke Association says one in four women in the North West believe they'd only have a stroke in old age.
Three quarters of us are unaware of the risks
Find out here how to spot the early warning signs of a stroke. It is important to act quickly and know the symptoms.Read the full story ›
Glass artwork proposed for the main entrances of the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital are being revealed to the public for the first time as part of celebrations counting down 1,000 days until the hospital opens. Construction of the new Royal is progressing rapidly - currently work's being carried out on the foundations and expected to be completed by the end of October. The hospital is due to open in 2017. Below is some time lapse footage of the building work so far.
Powerful film exploring the reality of living with post natal depression to be launched in Liverpool this week.Read the full story ›
The BAFTA award winning documentary series, One Born every Minute is now filming its seventh series - and this time they're in Liverpool.
The drama and emotion of Mums (and Dads) to be at Liverpool Women's Hospital will be seen from the moment they enter the maternity unit reception until the first seconds of parenthood.
Over 150 babies have been born on camera since the show began in 2010 but this is the first time it's been made in the North West.
A Bolton MP has been leading a Commons debate today calling for an inquiry into the controversial pregnancy testing drug Primodos.
It has been claimed that Primidos was linked to deformities in babies in the 1960s, something its manufacturers strenuously deny.
Daniel Hewitt reports.
A mother from Wigan is in Westminster today as MPs debate continuing demands for an inquiry into the pregnancy- testing drug Primodos.
Now off the market, its manufacturers are denying that it caused babies to have deformities at birth.
Marie Lyon's daughter Sarah was one of hundreds affected and is demanding answers:
Sir Bruce Keogh, the medical director of the National Health Service is due to be interviewed as part of the investigation into University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust. The investigation follows a series of damning reports which said major failings means the deaths of mothers and babies were not properly investigated. A panel has been looking into midwifery care at Furness General hospital after a report by the health ombudsman identified serious errors in the care provided. Investigation chairman, Dr Bill Kirkup, a former deputy chief medical officer at the Department of Health, said interviews would be held in the presence of families only due to “sensitive and personal clinical matters”.
A family are making a heartfelt appeal to thieves who've stolen a little girl's passport.
Ella Tomlinson Scott is six and from Ellesmere Port. She's due to fly to New York in three-days-time.
The trip was planned as a reward for Ella who'd recovered from a dog attack and for saving her mum's life when she collapsed at home.