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As part of the partnership, What's Up Moms co-founders Elle Walker,Meg Resnikoff and partner Brooke Mahan were named contributors to the Parents magazine. They will write a bimonthlyadvice column for the magazine and contribute other content beginning with the Mayissue, the company said April 7.

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