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BBC Midlands Today
Thousands of pregnant women in Shropshire are to be given bracelets to record their baby's movements in the hope of reducing stillbirths.
The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) says there are 14 beads on it and expectant mums move a small hoop around each of them when they feel movement.
By doing that, the trust says they should find it easier to track their baby's movement pattern, know when to expect movement and report any concerns earlier.
It comes as the county's hospitals are being investigated over avoidable baby deaths since 1998.
Riona O Connor says when people comment on her four-year-old boy breastfeeding she usually "makes a joke of it".
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After being overwhelmed by the experience of becoming a young mum, an Ashford woman launched a blog to improve the mental health of new mothers.
Amy Simkins, who suffered from postpartum psychosis, wants to help other mothers.
The TV presenter adopted an 18-month-old baby girl after unsuccessful IVF treatment.
Stella Creasy says women are forced to choose between "being an MP and being a mum".