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baby birds in nest
By Craig Cox
A new study suggests that life in an empty nest may be bad for the brain.
By Jill Metzler Patton
Katherine Reynolds Lewis talks about her new book and why we need a new approach to parenting and discipline.
Youngest Child Moved Out
By Jon Spayde
Your youngest child just moved out and you feel lost. Here's how to transition.
By Cat Thompson
White lies. Gossip. Unkept promises. They all cost you your personal integrity. Here’s how to earn it back.
toddler and baby holding hands
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
When baby No. 2 arrives, so does a new reality. Our managing editor shares how she’s shifting her vision.
Wellness leader Sarah Kay Hoffman runs.
By Sarah Kay Hoffman
A wellness expert shares how she makes time for good food, fitness, quality sleep, and her family.
By Mo Perry
Even when there's a lot to do, it's still possible to stop racing through life.
By Pamela Weintraub
Here are nine ways to use nutrition to help children with ADHD and ADD.  
The Roots of Infertility
By Lara Pellegrinelli
Here are five possible causes of infertility — and lifestyle modifications that can help women address them.
Stephanie Gerber
By Kaelyn Riley
Wellness insights from a mom blogger who grew her site of DIY recipes to a community of natural-product-creating enthusiasts.
By Heidi Wachter
In 2015, ultra-endurance athlete Rebecca Rusch set out to find the place where her father’s plane was shot down during the Vietnam War and, in the process, found a new purpose.
Baby Biomes
By Kaelyn Riley
Babies born via C-section may be missing out on beneficial bacteria, studies show.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Watching my toddler show love to others has expanded my own heart’s capacity. Did she develop this emotion by nature or nurture?
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
How my toddler’s tantrums are helping me better understand conflict resolution and misunderstandings.
By Craig Cox
A new Canadian study offers another reason why childhood obesity rates have soared in the past 30 years.
By Anjula Razdan
Carrier testing can clue you in to potential gene mutations in future pregnancies. Is it right for you?
illustration of angry siblings
By Jon Spayde
How to navigate a rocky relationship with an adult sibling.
baby in crib
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Social-media platforms offer a trove of ideas — and insecurity for my perfectionist mindset when it comes to decorating the nursery.
Teens and Antidepressants
By Kaelyn Riley
A new study suggests that most commonly prescribed drugs may not be the answer for adolescents suffering with major depression.
courtney with baby
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
The first year as a new mom has been a whirlwind. These tips would have served me well at eight weeks postpartum — and even now at 18 months.
Antibiotics and Children
By Heidi Wachter
Finnish study finds antibiotic use in young children may alter gut microbiome and lead to weight gain and asthma later in childhood.
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