https://www.whatisepigenetics.com/what-is-epigenetics/ I’m reading a book called “The Grain Brain” by David Perlmutter and Kristin Loberg which illustrates how all kinds of things that we do everyday affect our brain and the aging process and also how we can control them to optimize are resistance to disease. Some of the diseases we can control acquiring are ones like Alzheimer’s disease, obesity as well as diabetes cancer … Continue reading A Super Brief and Basic Explanation of Epigenetics for Total Beginners | What is Epigenetics?
Photo created by Paulette L Motzko, Copyright June 2017 PLM Studios. Wednesday June 14th 2017 at Here’s a note about the sparking American flag I used in the photo here…. It is one of my grandmother’s cherished pins she used to wear. She was my mother’s mother and singlehandedly raised her children on her own due to my grandfather James Hubert Hart dying of spinal … Continue reading BLESS THE BEAUTIFUL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA! Happy Flag Day 2017!
http://paper.li/PollyMotzko/1356862348#/ There are over 100 contributors on this issue of Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily. Composite Sepia Tone Image of Ramona Lea Le Pore & Paulette Le Pore Motzko created by Paulette Motzko. Copyright Paulette Motzko, PLM Studios, 2015, 2017 I hope my newsletter helps someone you know who has Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or memory trouble and also helps the caregivers who care for them. Word … Continue reading Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily
When $65,000 a year for a drug is applauded http://www.cnn.com/2017/04/03/health/prescription-drug-prices-public-opinion/index.html Paulette Le Pore Motzko’s Note to Pharmaceutical Companies on Placing People First and Nevada’s Unfair Treatment of People with Epilepsy, Civil Rights & Disabilities I wish more pharmaceutical companies had more or a “Triple Win Attitude”: I Win, You Win & Society Wins. Huge multi million dollar companies need to keep ever present the real, … Continue reading When $65,000 a year for a drug is applauded : Pharmaceutical Prices & A Disabled Person’s Right To Live in Dignity with All Needs Met
Ryan: Obamacare is the law of the land http://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2017/03/24/paul-ryan-on-obamacare-mobile-orig-llr.cnn All I can say about this is “thank God”, because everyone was so anxious to rip a Landmark Insurance care system that was helping tons of people, including myself with epilepsy – a pre-existing illness not covered by any insurance ever in history until Obamacare. Trump was so anxious to rip apart a system they gave … Continue reading Obamacare is the Law of the Land: CNN News. Commentary by Paulette Motzko
http://paper.li/PollyMotzko/1356861050#/ More people have epilepsy than you are aware. Many people you know have it but they just wanted to tell you later, for fear that you won’t be their friend or something. All you need is a blow on the head, high fever, convulsions, severe enough infection or a coma and you could acquire it. I had all those things and nearly died before … Continue reading Your Epilepsy News Resource
http://paper.li/PollyMotzko/1384241312#/ There are 19 contributors in today’s issue of The Quest For The Cancer Cure. Paulette Le Pore Motzko is the Creator and editor of the Quest for the cancer cure. If you have any ideas on how to monetize this newsletter to help promote raising money for the cure for cancer, contact Paulette Motzko at totallyinspiredpc at gmail.com. You can also contact her at … Continue reading The Quest for The Cancer Cure for Sunday, February 26th, 2017
http://paper.li/PollyMotzko/1356861050#/ There are 198 contributors in today’s issue of Your Epilepsy News Resource. More people have epilepsy than you know. They probably just afraid to tell you and disclose the truth for fear that you would look differently upon them. Paulette Le Pore Motzko is the creator and Editor of Your Epilepsy News Resource. Read. Learn. Empower Yourself and Others With Knowledge. Knowledge is Power. … Continue reading Your Epilepsy News Resource for Valentine’s Day 2017
This is a work-in-progress folks. I’m still going through photographs that were my mother’s and taking pictures of them one by one and adding them to this post. After all the pictures are added then I’ll add text to it. Rather than not publish it and keep it private like I had, I thought I would just Post-it and let you guys enjoy it while … Continue reading Paulette Le Pore Motzko: A Pictorial Story Through The Years
I was a caregiver for my sweet mother Ramona Lea Le Pore who on the last decade of her life was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. My sister in law contacted me to yell me mom has a tumor on her kidney and is now dying. I knew the time would come when mom would leave this earth and touch the face of God, being reunited … Continue reading My Mother is Dying But Her Spirit Lives Through Me
Julianna Snow’s Light will never ever grow dim. I am saddened that the world will not be graced by her presence any longer. For never having met her, she touched my heart and soul in a way nobody has.” – Paulette L Motzko June 21st, 2016 at 8:37 p.m. Love, not pity, was 5-year-old Julianna’s lesson http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/21/health/heaven-over-hospital-julianna-snow-reflections/index.html Paulette Motzko author/blogger at The Red Rock Resort … Continue reading Love, not pity, was 5-year-old Julianna Yuri Snow’s lesson
I learn many things new through the course of my day everyday. I have always had an unquenchable thirst for knowledge, even since I was a small child at 4 years old, learning to read, and then learning phonetics. I learned the meanings of the prefixes and suffixes when I was 6 years old. I learned the value of a book and the extraordinary concepts … Continue reading Google Talk The Global Translation Chat App & & Paulette Motzko’s Thrill of Discovery
Once in our lifetimes comes a courageous, strong, capable, disabled but able, hero like this young man. The next time you think of complaining about the food you have in your cupboard or fridge-how would you like to not taste at all? I am awarding Mr. Peter Foster The Extraordinary Human Being Award….for illustrating a heroic and positive attitude amidst great adversity. God bless you! … Continue reading Severely disabled man with over 25 serious conditions shares inspiring message: ‘I’m still loving life because it could always be worse’
We All Have Our Story to Tell Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko Copyright October 7th, 2014 All Photography Quotes Created by Paulette Le Pore Motzko In life we never know what we are getting and what kinds of blessings or tragedies may befall. You can only stack the deck in your favor so when the hand is played you come close to winning. If … Continue reading Everyone Has a Story To Tell – Make Your Story An Extraordinary One by Paulette L. Motzko
I was browsing the bestsellers at Barnes & Noble… (One of my favorite past times). I spotted “Wonder” by R.j. Palacio’s award winning first attempt at a fiction novel, which turned out to be fabulous. The more I read about what the book is about, the more I wanted to read. It is a story of courage about a young boy with a facial deformity … Continue reading Wonder by R.J. Palacios
Recently I met a wonderful lady named Ester Korsizyk who was making some copies of a sign to help her beautiful grand daughter Gabriela-(otherwise known as “Gabby”) who was recently diagnosed with amyotophic lateral sclerosis in November of this year. I thought it was a Christmas Newsletter Ester was copying at first, and then upon closer inspection, it was much more….so I had to know … Continue reading Gabby The Girl With The Magic Smile-Needs Your Help!
Truly Seeing The World Around You by Paulette Le Pore Motzko Copyright March 2013 I love what this said in that it illustrates that some really don’t truly live but go through life blinders on to the sights, scents and amazing small miracles they encounter. When we open up our world to the sights and scents and all the experiences in life, we truly live. … Continue reading Some People Feel the Rain and Others Just Get Wet….
When I was a child of 9 years old I was diagnosed with complex partial epilepsy and little would I know that it would take many years to find a drug named Tegretol to find control in my freshman year of high school before I knew what health meant. My best friend in 5th grade was a blind smart girl named Cheryl Lightcap, and I … Continue reading Life is a Succession of Lessons Which Must Be Lived to be Understood