Cassie Shortsleeve

Cassie Shortsleeve

Cassie Shortsleeve is a Boston-based journalist and integrative health coach. She is a regular contributor to national print and digital publications including Parents, What to Expect, InStyle, and Women's Health and her work has been published in papers including The Washington Post and The LA Times. She's also the founder of Dear Sunday, a digital platform for motherhood. She is a mom to two daughters, Sunday and Fiona.
Experts break down the most common causes of breast rash.
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Mandy Moore, Kate Middleton, Amy Schumer, and Kim Kardashian have all suffered from the serious pregnancy condition.
If you're wincing at the mere thought of a hug, here's a comprehensive guide of the potential culprits, from breastfeeding to breast cancer.
Nausea and vomiting can be an unexpected, uncomfortable, common reality of pregnancy. Here, 11 ways to find relief.
Good posture, increased energy, and a toned upper body right this way.
OTC tests are more sensitive than ever, meaning that when they pick up on pregnancy hormones in your pee, the result isn't always a pregnancy.
Telemedicine helps decrease barriers to care (goodbye cumbersome middle-of-the-day appointments), but experts worry it may worsen an already deep gash across socioeconomic and race lines.
The mental health disorder leads to intrusive and terrifying thoughts in new moms, yet is rarely talked about. Here's why — and how to get help.
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Here's how to get better sleep at night naturally, according to experts and sleep doctors.
Maternal deaths by suicide are an unrecognized — and preventable — public health issue. Why isn't anyone talking about it?
Couples struggling to conceive for a second time are often left out of the infertility conversation, but it can be just as disheartening and frustrating.
Non-pregnant women are turning to the suped-up vitamin for longer and stronger hair and nails. But is it safe?