Sydni Ellis

It's Science

5 evidence-backed ways to prevent perineal tears during birth

Recent research has changed the way we think about perineal tears and episiotomies.

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This mom of a first-grader is ALL of us trying to figure out our kids’ homework

“At first I thought I was losing my mind. I was like, ‘What am I missing here?’”


Cyberbullying is linked to eating disorders in kids: here’s what parents need to know

A study of 10-to-14-year-olds determined adolescent victims of cyberbullying were twice as likely to exhibit eating disorder symptoms.

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Do you always rub your feet together before sleep? There’s a reason for that

“Physical movements, including this behavior, help relax the body when tired and stressed."

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Sisters go viral for the hilarious—and sweet—way they’re grieving their late mom

"Confessions to our dead mom" now has over 20 million views!

Women's Health

Does curb walking induce labor? Here’s what experts want you to know

An OB-GYN and a midwife offer details on curb walking—including when to start and how to do it safely.

Children's Health

11 expert-backed ways to prevent car sickness in kids

From acupressure to window-gazing, here’s what you need to know.

Baby Sleep Tips

What’s the difference between co-sleeping and bed-sharing? 

The terms are often used interchangeably, but are actually very different.

Celebrity News

Blake Lively expecting baby number 4 is a big deal in normalizing big families

People shouldn't concern themselves with other's reproductive choices, and that includes the choice to have several kids.

Family Finances & Budgeting

How to choose a guardian for your child: 7 questions to ask

We asked lawyers to share their best tips on choosing a legal guardian.

Baby Feeding Guides & Schedules

AAP recommends breastfeeding for at least 2 years. Here’s how to actually make that happen

Lactation consultants offer their best tips for reaching your extended breastfeeding goals.

Teen Issues

Is it OK to go through your kid’s phone?

Doctors weigh in on this sensitive topic.