Tag Archives: Getting

Infants not getting full-night sleep by 6 to 12 months old not more prone to issues later: study

A new study determined no link between an infant’s interrupted sleep patterns and developmental issues.   (womenshealth.gov) A new study published last month in the journal “Pediatrics” said parents need not fret if their infants aren’t getting a full night’s sleep by the time they’ve reached by 6 months and one year of age, Sleep Review… Read More »

Getting Your Omega-3 to Omega-6 Ratio Right Is Essential for Optimal Health

Omega-3 fats are essential polyunsaturated fats (PUFAs) your body needs for a wide variety of functions, including proper cell division and function of cell receptors, muscle activity, cognition and heart health. Importantly, the marine-based omega-3 fats docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) — two long-chained PUFAs found in fatty fish, fish oil and krill… Read More »

Getting to the Point: A Multifaced Approach to Avoiding App Overload

Elaine Goodman, MD, Medical Director, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Associate CMO, Wellframe As more emphasis is placed on value-based care, health plans are looking to devote more resources toward lowering costs and improving outcomes. Adopting new technology-enabled approaches that help patients take control of their own well-being can be a win for the patient, physician… Read More »