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30% increase in patient healthcare costs

The shift to consumer-centered healthcare likely comes from rising patient financial responsibility. Patient healthcare costs – including both deductibles and out-of-pocket maximum payments – have increased by 29.4 percent since 2015, the report showed.

The average deductible is $1,820 and the average out-of-pocket maximum cost is $4,400, Black Book reported.

Providers likewise are reporting troubles in the wake of increased patient financial responsibility. When patients owe more for their healthcare, it becomes more difficult for patients to afford their care. This leaves providers vulnerable to missed patient payments, a major revenue cycle challenge.

Holistic and health education

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Take care of yourself. Get a foot massage, take some quality nutritional supplementation at


A $150 budget per month can be life saving if these supplements can reset your genes to a younger you. I have difficulty sleeping so quality supplements are important for me. I am always on the go with more than 2 jobs.

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How to know if your supplements are working for you?

Do you have energy? Do you have good bowel movement? Are your eyes clear and not pale? Are your skin not dry? There are many signs that can tell you if your body is healthy or needing a boost from whole foods, supplementation and exercise.

Not all supplements are created equal.  Iron rich foods/supplements need to be taken in the morning while calcium rich foods/supplements should be taken in the afternoon. Vitamin E rich foods pair well with Vitamin E supplements. Same for water soluble vitamins/minerals. I do not recommend iron since sugar and iron are food for cancer cells. Do eat your colored fruits and vegetables.

I take my supplements of calcium, magnesium and other herbs to help me sleep.  Every other day, I would take my supplements rich in anti-oxidants , Vitamin E, C and B complex.  I know that I have good bowel movement and I can sleep well when I take my dietary supplements, exercise and eat whole foods.

There are many ways to know if your supplements are helping your body.  A scanner, created by NIH, can measure your anti-oxidants, the carotenoid. At early stage, this can also be a good indicator how well your body can fight any future cancer.

Below is a document describing the measurement of dermal carotenoid in breast cancer clinical trial.


Observe your energy, sleep patterns, bowel movement, skin texture, eyes, mouth, and other signs that your body is telling you about your health.

Your health spa, doctor or health/gym coach can use a scanner to measure your anti-oxidant level.

Email Connie at motherhealth@gmail.com for more info on measuring your health and monitoring it.



Anti-aging supplements: Vitamins B, C and D, folic acid, green tea extract, cod liver oil

Summary: According to researchers, a complex dietary supplement has shows anti-aging properties that appear to prevent, and even reverse brain cell loss.

Source: McMaster University.

A dietary supplement containing a blend of thirty vitamins and minerals, all natural ingredients widely available in health food stores, has shown remarkable anti-aging properties that can prevent and even reverse massive brain cell loss, according to new research from McMaster University.

It’s a mixture scientists believe could someday slow the progress of catastrophic neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s, ALS and Parkinson’s.

“The findings are dramatic,” says Jennifer Lemon, research associate in the Department of Biology and a lead author of the study. “Our hope is that this supplement could offset some very serious illnesses and ultimately improve quality of life.”

The formula, which contains common ingredients such as vitamins B, C and D, folic acid, green tea extract, cod liver oil and other nutraceuticals, was first designed by scientists in McMaster’s Department of Biology in 2000.

A series of studies published over the last decade and a half have shown its benefits in mice, in both normal mice and those specifically bred for such research because they age rapidly, experiencing dramatic declines in cognitive and motor function in a matter of months.

The mice used in this study had widespread loss of more than half of their brain cells, severely impacting multiple regions of the brain by one year of age, the human equivalent of severe Alzheimer’s disease.

The mice were fed the supplement on small pieces of bagel each day over the course of several months. Over time, researchers found that it completely eliminated the severe brain cell loss and abolished cognitive decline.

“The research suggests that there is tremendous potential with this supplement to help people who are suffering from some catastrophic neurological diseases,” says Lemon, who conducted the work with co-author Vadim Aksenov, a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Biology at McMaster.

“We know this because mice experience the same basic cell mechanisms that contribute to neurodegeneration that humans do. All species, in fact. There is a commonality among us all.”

Image shows vitamin pills and fruits.

In addition to looking at the major markers of aging, they also discovered that the mice on the supplements experienced enhancement in vision and most remarkably in the sense of smell–the loss of which is often associated with neurological disease–improved balance and motor activity.

The next step in the research is to test the supplement on humans, likely within the next two years, and target those who are dealing with neurodegenerative diseases.


Funding: Funded by National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Bruce Power and the CBRN Research and Technology Initiative.

Source: Michelle Donovan – McMaster University
Image Source: This NeuroscienceNews.com image is in the public domain.
Original Research: Abstract for “A multi-ingredient dietary supplement abolishes large-scale brain cell loss, improves sensory function, and prevents neuronal atrophy in aging mice” by J.A. Lemon, V. Aksenov, R. Samigullina, S. Aksenov, W.H. Rodgers, C.D. Rollo and D.R. Boreham in Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis. Published online May 20 2026 doi:10.1002/em.22019

McMaster University. “Dietary Supplement May Prevent and Reverse Damage to Aging Brain.” NeuroscienceNews. NeuroscienceNews, 2 June 2026.


A multi-ingredient dietary supplement abolishes large-scale brain cell loss, improves sensory function, and prevents neuronal atrophy in aging mice

Transgenic growth hormone mice (TGM) are a recognized model of accelerated aging with characteristics including chronic oxidative stress, reduced longevity, mitochondrial dysfunction, insulin resistance, muscle wasting, and elevated inflammatory processes. Growth hormone/IGF-1 activate the Target of Rapamycin known to promote aging. TGM particularly express severe cognitive decline. We previously reported that a multi-ingredient dietary supplement (MDS) designed to offset five mechanisms associated with aging extended longevity, ameliorated cognitive deterioration and significantly reduced age-related physical deterioration in both normal mice and TGM. Here we report that TGM lose more than 50% of cells in midbrain regions, including the cerebellum and olfactory bulb. This is comparable to severe Alzheimer’s disease and likely explains their striking age-related cognitive impairment. We also demonstrate that the MDS completely abrogates this severe brain cell loss, reverses cognitive decline and augments sensory and motor function in aged mice. Additionally, histological examination of retinal structure revealed markers consistent with higher numbers of photoreceptor cells in aging and supplemented mice. We know of no other treatment with such efficacy, highlighting the potential for prevention or amelioration of human neuropathologies that are similarly associated with oxidative stress, inflammation and cellular dysfunction.

“A multi-ingredient dietary supplement abolishes large-scale brain cell loss, improves sensory function, and prevents neuronal atrophy in aging mice” by J.A. Lemon, V. Aksenov, R. Samigullina, S. Aksenov, W.H. Rodgers, C.D. Rollo and D.R. Boreham in Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis. Published online May 20 2026 doi:10.1002/em.22019

Cancer diet, ketogenic – high fat

keto diet no carbs and supplements brain cancer

How a young man delayed cancer progression with high fat and less carbs diet, ketogenic diet?

He eats and fasts. He credits his health to whole foods of greens and dietary supplements. Fats are from coconut oil, omega 3, eggs, fish oil and other veggie sources.

Sugar is food for cancer cells. He avoid sugar and carbs rich in sugar and derives his carbs from greens.

Positive impact of Google, internet, Youtube, Airbnb, UBER, Facebook, computers, smart phones, dietary supplements

An architect who lives in San Francisco was able to save $6000 per year using UBER.

Thousands of cities get more visitors who can live affordably using AIRBNB.

Many people learn new skills using the Internet, Youtube and Google.

Families are united after many years of absence because of finding each other in Facebook.

More healthy people are saved, cost of medications are cut and overall future health care costs are reduced with healthy lifestyle and use of dietary supplements and whole foods.

More tasks, jobs, learning, communication and networking occur using smart phones, and computers which created more jobs, more students and college grads with more skills and more happiness.

Can we find more ways to erase poverty and bring prosperity?

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Not getting enough sleep, by Jane Brody

I regret that for most of my adult life, I treated sleep as more a luxury than a necessity. There was always something more to do before I crawled under the covers and turned out the light. I realize belatedly that I might have been more productive — and a lot nicer to live with — if I had given sleep its proper due.

By failing to acknowledge chronic sleep deprivation, I dozed during countless cultural events, and on two occasions I fell asleep while driving, barely escaping disaster. I have since reordered my priorities and learned to avoid distractions and activities that can keep me from getting the sleep my body and mind really need.

About 70 million Americans sleep poorly or not nearly long enough to achieve the full physical, emotional and cognitive benefits sleep can bestow. There are myriad reasons, ranging from self-inflicted disruptions to those that are seemingly unavoidable. But there are also potential solutions to most of the factors that can interfere with sleep. For the sake of your health and longevity, I urge you to give them a try.

How much sleep do you need? Sleep requirements depend on age. Newborns sleep 16 to 18 hours a day, preschoolers need 11 to 12 hours, and elementary school children need 10 hours. Adolescents should get 9 to 10 hours, though most teenagers sleep only about seven hours.

Given the opportunity to sleep as long as they want, most adults average about eight hours a night. There are individual differences, of course, but the usual range is between seven and nine hours. Getting less than the amount of sleep you need during the school or workweek builds up a sleep debt that cannot be fully erased by “sleeping in” on the weekend. This pattern can also mess up your biological clock, making it hard to get up on Monday morning.

It was long ago shown that a midafternoon nap of about 20 minutes can improve alertness and productivity and reduce mistakes among sleep-deprived workers, yet few employers offer a midday lie-down or provide a place for one.

Age also affects the quality of sleep and the amount of time spent in the various stages of sleep. These include REM, or rapid-eye-movement sleep (often called dream sleep), and three types of non-REM sleep: the light sleep of Stage 1, followed by the more relaxed sleep of Stage 2 and the most restorative deep sleep of Stage 3.

Young children spend most of the night in deep sleep, which is why they can often sleep through loud noise, bright light and being carried from car to bed.

But with age, the time spent in deep sleep diminishes and any number of disturbances can cause awakenings. For women going through menopause, for example, sleep is often interrupted by hot flashes. Even if there are no external disturbances, elderly people may be awakened many times during the night by the discomforts of illness or pain, the side effects of medication or the need to urinate.

Poor sleep among the elderly may in part account for problems with memory and concentration, depressed mood and daytime sleepiness. I often see gray heads nodding off at events, even during matinees.

If noise or light disturbs your sleep, you can counter them with a white-noise machine and light-blocking shades. Keep the room cool and avoid weighty covers. Two years ago, I summarized factors that commonly interfere with a good night’s sleep, but a quick review, followed by some valuable new tips that have helped me, may help you too.

EXERCISE Physical activity leaves you tired, but if you do your workout within two or three hours of bedtime, you may be too revved up to fall asleep easily.

MEDICATION Many drugs, both prescription and over-the-counter, contain stimulating chemicals like pseudoephedrine and caffeine, commonly found in decongestants and painkillers. Beta-blockers, used to treat certain heart conditions and high blood pressure, may be disruptive as well. Ask your doctor if you can use an alternative drug.

FOOD AND DRINK Eating a big meal close to bedtime can be a problem, especially if you are prone to indigestion. Drinking a caffeinated beverage late in the day can disturb the sleep of anyone who has not developed a tolerance to caffeine by drinking too much of it. Caffeine’s stimulating effects can last for six to eight hours and make it hard to fall asleep or cause middle-of-the-night wakefulness.

Alcohol may help you fall asleep, but when its effects wear off hours later, you may wake up and be unable to get back to sleep. (I and others I know find wine especially problematic and avoid drinking it with dinner.)

STRESS Anxiety, excessive stress and difficulty shutting out worries trigger the release of body chemicals that act as stimulants. Try a relaxing bedtime ritual like a hot bath, meditation or progressive muscle relaxation, starting at the toes and working up to your head. Or, odd though it may seem, try reading something dull.

If things you must remember or do the next day keep popping into your head, put a pad and pen next to the bed, write them down and then do your best to forget about them until morning.

OTHER TIPS Years ago I mentioned that leg cramps were waking me up well before the alarm, and readers responded with myriad solutions, from bedtime stretches to magnesium supplements. What has worked best: drinking about eight ounces of tonic water (diet version) every day. Tonic water contains modest amounts of quinine, which used to be sold over-the-counter to reduce leg cramps.

Another innocuous sleep aid that has proved miraculous for me is a nightly supplement of melatonin, which the body naturally produces after dark. The pineal gland in the brain is inactive during the day, but after sundown it starts spewing melatonin into the bloodstream.

With a supplement on board, I fall asleep quickly, and if I awaken during the night, I return to sleep easily. A three-milligram supplement near bedtime is considered harmless and may help you as well, though it should not be given to children without consulting a doctor.

Connie’s comments: I take the following to help me sleep and keep my immune system strong: melatonin, calcium, magnesium, Vit Bs, evening primrose oil, Vit D, Vit C, valerian tincture and protein rich diet during the day (turkey, fish, nuts).

As we age our melatonin decreases and we need to nap more during the day. A 30-min nap during the day, recharges our brain. I cover my eyes, lights off and pray repeatedly like counting sheep, it takes away the worries of the day and shuts down your brain to rest.
Shower and comfortable clothing and bed help your skin. In the morning, your skin would look fresh and young. Losing weight is much easier since sleep and intake of calcium and magnesium affects your cortisol (stress) hormone.
Let fresh air enter your bedroom or have a cooler room temperature. And no more coffee past 12noon.

It would be hard on your liver if you sleep past 11pm. This I tell my 2 teens since they busy themselves with high-tech gadgets common in this century.

There is one more trick, massage your face as you shower and take deep breaths when stretching or doing yoga or walk before bedtime.

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2 min to care for your face before a shower in the morning and same in the evening. A beautiful face is important, wear it well even when we age. Vit C, A, D and E are important for your skin.


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