Alexandra Frost is a freelance journalist and content marketing writer with a decade of experience, and a passion for health and wellness topics. She specifically cares about women's health, including pre and postnatal topics, and bringing high-quality information to readers during that life-changing time. She has worked with health and wellness companies on their content goals, and highlighted tough topics for major parenting publications.
I strive to bring well-researched high-quality articles to parents and families when they need it the most—during a 3 am Google search with a sick child or concerning thought, and any time parents need real-life, relatable, fact-based information.
Alexandra has been published in the Washington Post, Glamour, Today's Parent, Reader's Digest, Parents, Women's Health, Business Insider, and more. To see her full portfolio visit www.alexandra-frost.com.
Alexandra has a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism/Communications and a Master's in Education from Miami University in Oxford, OH.
Verywell Family is an award-winning, modern resource that supports you through all the stages of pregnancy and parenthood. We take a human approach to health and wellness content and reach more than 140 million readers annually.
Our editorial team includes writers, editors, and fact checkers who make sure our information is clear, accurate, and useful so you can make confident choices for your family.
Our writers are notable voices in their respective disciplines, including board-certified physicians, registered nurses, lactation consultants, parenting experts, and health journalists. These individuals are specifically selected for their extensive knowledge and real-world experience, as well as their ability to communicate complex information in a clear, helpful, and unbiased way.
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