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Here are lessons for new enterpreneurs who want to sell a product and put their brand on it:

  • Do not go for seasonal, restricted and gimmicky products
  • Have a least 5 suppliers ready to deliver your order
  • Do not sell a product that has a selling price of $10
  • Use PPC, other sales tools and properly executed marketing materials – messaging , box design, logo, demo
  • Launch your product with help from experts (affordable ones) to stay long term
  • Aim for products that are useful, serve the passion of consumers and will be useful for a longer period of time

If you have a product, let us partner with you to launch your product at Amazon without pain and common mistakes from new enterpreneur. Email Connie at motherhealth@gmail.com

 

 

 

Snapshots of Life: The Birth of New Neurons

Radial Glia in Oil

Snapshots of Life: The Birth of New Neurons

After a challenging day at work or school, sometimes it may seem like you are down to your last brain cell. But have no fear—in actuality, the brains of humans and other mammals have the potential to produce new neurons throughout life. This remarkable ability is due to a specific type of cell—adult neural stem cells—so beautifully highlighted in this award-winning micrograph.

Here you see the nuclei (purple) and arm-like extensions (green) of neural stem cells, along with nuclei of other cells (blue), in brain tissue from a mature mouse. The sample was taken from the subgranular zone of the hippocampus, a region of the brain associated with learning and memory. This zone is also one of the few areas in the adult brain where stem cells are known to reside.

Kira Mosher, a postdoctoral fellow in the NIH-supported lab of Dave Schaffer at the University of California, Berkeley, captured this striking image using a confocal microscope. Then, to make it really pop, Mosher used photo-editing software to add a few “oil painting” effects. For her efforts, the micrograph was named a winner in the UC Berkeley 2017 MIC Image Contest.

Images like this one are helping the Schaffer lab pinpoint the locations of neural stem cells and map their interactions with other cells, providing clues to their potential roles in health and disease.The researchers also plan to use CRISPR gene-editing tools to tinker with neural stem cells and learn more about the molecular signals needed for them to function normally.

As scientists gain a more detailed view, the hope is they’ll be in a better position to figure out how to transplant or activate neural stem cells for possible use in brain repair. Such research might lead to new strategies for helping people with stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and other conditions in which neurons are lost.

 Links:

Focus on Stem Cell Research (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke/NIH)

Schaffer Lab (University of California, Berkeley)

NIH Support: National Eye Institute; National Institute of General Medical Sciences; National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

Now hiring for your second career and business

Many bay area pros move from one career to another to better their finances and level of happiness.

If you want to get out of your comfort zone to achieve the income you deserve, be mentored and succeed in a new career or business with full support, you are all invited this Saturday in Fremont at 9:30am.

Date and Venue: July 19, 2014 at 43136 Cristy St Ste 100, Fremont.

Contact: Connie Dello Buono 408-854-1883 motherhealth@gmail.com

Requirements: already motivated, accountable, knows how to bring themselves to Peak State, avid learner, loves people, wants to fire their boss, fresh from college, majors in Accounting, MBA, education, economics or any related degrees, single moms/dads, parents, grandmas, teachers, others

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Social network: Linkedin connections, Facebook and other social networks

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Good news, congrats for having a baby, caring for your baby

Congratulations for the birth of your baby.

Massage

Touch and massage are simple forms of communication. The baby’s skin is more sensitive than that of an adult. Massage lightly with the surface of your fingers and palm. Start from the hands and feet.

Use calendula oil or another natural, light oil such as Almond or Arnica oil. This oil can be used as postnatal care:

  • loosen and relaxes the new baby
  • gently removes the cradle cap on baby’s head
  • protects baby’s delicate skin

Other aromatherapy oil for postnatal care can consist of St John’s Wort, Arnica, Calendula oil, Betula, Vitamin E and pure essential oils of Chamomile, Lavender, Rosemary, sweet Almond and Olive oils.

Baby, Birth and Mothering

Easing the baby’s transition from the womb to the outside world is the most important task of the mother. The mother who is conscious of the needs of the child who was used to life inside her womb bonds well with the baby. She knows and feels the baby’s need for breastfeeding, sleep, and be cared for by her loving hands and presence. A happy mom breeds a happy baby. A healthy diet makes a healthy mother and baby. To care for our babies, we have to care for ourselves.

There are times when the mother has to seek support from others when she herself is suffering from postpartum depression and especially when the baby was born prematurely that his/her young body is still coping with the outside world. Sometimes the baby would cry due to discomforts that the body feels after being born prematurely or with so much medical procedures. Every month the baby shows signs of maturity from his/bowel digestive system, sensory perceptions and other developmental growth.

I salute a mom whom I know who cared for her premature baby and took her home after three months in the intensive care, nursed her from a tube attached to her finger and gave her the medication she needs as directed by the nurses. I thank God for the neighbor who took care of the baby of a mother suffering from postpartum psychosis for almost nine months until the mother was ready emotionally and physically to care for her baby. I know of a mom who knows her own mother’s predisposition to postpartum psychosis that before her baby was born she sought an herbalist to help her during postpartum.

The smile of the baby is the sign of a contented baby and the sign of a nurturing mother. A healthy baby who seldom cries is a result of the non-stop care of the mother who feeds, cleans, and provides for the comfort of her baby. The presence of the mother comforts the baby and the presence of the father or other family members are an extra bonus. That extra leap of growth from bonding with the parents makes baby feel loved and secure.

Beverly Morgan, author of the audiotape, Reading Your Baby’s Body Language, tells new mothers the many ways to explore their babies’ body language as they relate to breastfeeding. Watch the signals that the baby makes when he or she is ready to nurse, to defecate or urinate, to change position and many more things that we learn from babies.

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Tips: I massage baby’s body with calendula oil before each bath and using Dr Breuner’s soap. Sleeping with baby, breastfeeding and massaging them when they are sick helps. Each one of us, as parents must endure letting them go when they become adults or even having their own bedroom at 8 yrs of age. Now my babies are 18 and 20. All born at home with midwives.

I am helping families with college plans, save now , at least $5k per year and see what you can achieve, a lifetime retirement income for both of you, parents and children and future of grandchildren.

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Retirement planner

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motherhealth@gmail.com

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Breaking the habit of being yourself by Dr Joe Dispenza

Joe Dispenza, D.C., studied biochemistry at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in neuroscience. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia, graduating magna cum laude. Dr. Dispenza’s postgraduate training and continuing education has been in neurology, neuroscience, brain function and chemistry, cellular biology, memory formation, aging and longevity. Joe Dispenza was featured in the award winning film, “What The Bleep Do We Know?”This lecture provides basic yet powerful information on how to co-create ones day and how to use focused concentration, repetition, and visualization (mental rehearsing) to rewire the brain. These are skills we can all harness.

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Comments:

I call it the circle of life; one part creates the next and so on! Thought creates emotion, emotion creates feelings, feelings create state of mind, state of mind create experience or doings and doings or experiences create thought and the circle continues.

Porter’s Testimonial, Healing

Porter ended up in a wheelchair after a car accident years ago and was told he would be a quadriplegic and never be able to walk again (among other things).

Porter is determined that he will walk again, and is supported by his own mental attitude, his family, friends and energy healer Jill Runnion. Already Porter now has the use of the upper part of his body and arms, so he is presently a paraplegic (not quadriplegic). Through a combination of tremendous will, openness to exploring alternative techniques and his dedication to understanding the brain, neuroscience and how he can heal his body, Porter shared this video of him standing for the first time, in August 2010. Porter is a student of Dr. Joe Dispenza, and has completed the Level 1 and Level 2 workshops ‘ Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself and has been actively applying the knowledge and techniques he has learned in his life, and is seeing tremendous results.