There’s a lot of information out there. But how do you know what’s accurate and what’s not? At Peanut, we want to empower you to make informed decisions about your health and well-being, whether you’re researching fertility, pregnancy, motherhood, or menopause.
We mark any content on the Peanut blog that mentions scientific or medical references as ‘Medical’ content. It’s then passed to a vetted medical reviewer in that field to thoroughly read and edit.
Our in-house writing team also refers to the National Library of Medicine, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and other renowned medical organizations for studies to research and support their articles before they’re passed over to the expert for review.
With over 2,000 articles and guides published on the Peanut blog, we need a lot of experts to review them all! Every medical expert is chosen by their qualifications and experience, then we categorize our content to match the best expert to review.
Here’s our team of doctors, pediatricians, OB/GYNs, and other medical experts:
Our Peanut Pros share their professional opinions across the blog and the Peanut app.
Find the expert for you from our Peanut Pros, from doulas and lactation consultants to mental health professionals, parenting experts, and relationship therapists.