Last week we talked about introducing solid foods with breast milk and how moms can prepare for breastfeeding before a baby is born. As we reach the end of National Breastfeeding Month, we discuss how breastfeeding wasn't always as accepted as it is today and the laws put in place to protect moms who choose to breastfeed. Whether you're a provider, parent, or family member of a new parent—continue reading to learn more.
At AllWays Health Partners, we create weekly blog content to spark innovative conversations while expanding education to our providers, brokers, employers, and members. That commitment has evolved to shift with the needs of our community, so starting next week, we’ll be centralizing all of our provider-focused content over to one location so that you can have access to everything!
An international research group led by researchers from the Harvard Medical School Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital released a ground-breaking new study titled “Whiplash injuries associated with experienced pain and disability can be visualized with [11C]-D-deprenyl PET/CT” in the Journal of PAIN.
Mass General Brigham and Mount Auburn Hospital, part of Beth Israel Lahey Health, announced that they are launching a collaboration to develop and operationalize a sustainable, multi-lingual, patient-centric virtual care intervention. The new ADVOCATE (Advancing Digital and Virtual Opportunities for Care Access Translates to Equity) virtual care initiative will identify barriers to digital health care among diverse populations, design better digital tools to address these barriers, validate the use of multi-lingual educational resources for patients (e.g., videos, tip sheets), and measure adoption of these resources in actual patient populations.
Last week we talked about when a provider might recommend supplementing breast milk with formula. This week we'll focus on introducing solid foods while still breastfeeding and how moms that choose to breastfeed can prepare before a baby is born. Whether you're a provider, parent, or family member of a new parent—continue reading to learn more.