Numbers115



Ten Steps
  • Eat the right food. 
  • Safeguard your drinking water.
  • Sleep well.
  • Walk briskly everyday.
  • Sing a simple tune.
  • Accept things as they are.
  • Anticipate for good results. 
  • Act on what you have anticipated upon. 
  • Write in your journal daily. 
  • Share with others. 








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Numbers115

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/29/15

I'm very busy these days because I'm working on my data analytics model. However, I was requested to blog my paper on ICD-10 Implementation: Anticipating Benefits and Overcoming Barriers. I'm going to start with my executive summary. After two years of postponements, we are on the road again for the implementation of the International Classification of Diseases Tenth Revision CM/PCS. CM stands Clinical Modification while PCS stands for Procedure Coding System. There are lots of jobs on these.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/28/15

I have not blogged lately because I am working on a project. You can visit numbers115easycare.com for now. This is for those with Autism.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/25/15

Lots of things going now. But, we will continue blogging. The Third A is Action.  For action to happen, we have to do the WORK. This is for you, especially those with Autism. We're still working on the ICD-10 project. Visit us at Numbers115EasyCare.com.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/25/15

Lots of things going now. But, we will continue blogging. The Third A is Action.  For action to happen, we have to do the WORK. This is for you, especially those with Autism. We're still working on the ICD-10 project. Visit us at Numbers115EasyCare.com.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/25/15

Lots of things going now. But, we will continue blogging. The Third A is Action.  For action to happen, we have to do the WORK. This is for you, especially those with Autism. We're still working on the ICD-10 project. Visit us at Numbers115EasyCare.com.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/22/15

I'll be brief again. This is with regards to anticipation. The concept is simple. Anticipate for good things to come. I hope those with Autism are getting my messages. I'm busy right now with SPSS Modeling. It's very timely to master it right now. Also, visit our website at numbers115easycare.com. This is regarding ICD-10. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/21/15

I'll be brief today. I'm working on a project. With regards to acceptance, it works in the same way as in small and big problems. What I mean to say is that let's accept things as they are. Once this process starts, it will continue. This is for us all, especially for those with Autism. By the way, we updated the numbers115easycare.com website. For those with Autism and STEM Training, I would like to personally share with you ICD-10-CM/PCS. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/20/15

Although I'm excited to share the three A's, I'm finishing a project that I started with Professor Deauna. This is good for all of us, especially the STEM graduates. This is on ICD-10.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/18/15

Keep on reading the news. Let's be informed, especially those with Autism. I will upgrading Numbers115 when I have the chance. I will be blogging on Acceptance, Anticipation, and Action. These are the three A's of Numbers115.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/17/15

During the immune cell development, the cells that attack on their own are destroyed. They are programmed to maintain a healthy environment for the immune cells. This will make the functioning of the immune cell normal. It is best to make our immune system functioning as it should be. I hope the birds' immune system will be functioning as it should be. The bird flu is still ongoing.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/16/15

The unsaturated fats make the immune cell tolerant. The immune cells does not automatically respond to all substances that it is exposed to. All cells in the body contain substances that may trigger the immune cell. However, the immune cell does not respond to all substances. The immune cell does not attack its own. This is good for us to know, especially those with Autism.

By the way, we are following the bird flu very closely.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/13/15

The unsaturated fats keep the memory of the immune cell intact. When an immune cell responds to a particular substance, the immune cell retains a memory of that substance.  This memory exists because the immune cells undergo mitosis(cell division).  While one group goes to battle immediately, the other group remains as reserve.  Therefore, when the body is exposed to the same substance later, the reserves mount an attack immediately.

                                                                          (Deauna 28)

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/11/15

The unsaturated fats maintain the immune cell to be speciific. It is imperative that the immune cells respond specifically. What this means is that the immune cells once activated should be specific for a particular target. This is made possible by the cell's receptor that binds to a specific target. The shape of the target determines which immune cell will respond. This will happen in an unsaturated fat environment. 


The unsaturated fats allow the immune cell to confront any substance at any time. There are millions and millions of bacteria, viruses (including bird flu), and other living organisms. In addition, there are thousands of chemicals that may be present in our food, water, and air. The immune cells will be overwhelmed if it is not capable of anticipating what it will encounter. Again, it is imperative that the immune cells are ready to act anytime. This is called versatility. With the more than trillions of cells in the body, these cells consist of different parts that can respond to any substance provided it has the proper materials. It is the unsaturated fats that allow this to happen. (Deauna 27-28)

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/09/15

I'm finishing up my ICD-10 project for my Postgrad. I'll blog more on Monday. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/08/15

The receptors of the cells are influenced by what fats are available. Availability is a factor. If good fats are not available, then the receptor sites decrease its surveillance capacity. Furthermore, saturated fats decrease the life span of the components of the immune system, whereas unsaturated fats increase the survival time of the cells. The ideal condition to fight microorganisms or cancer cells is in an unsaturated fat-filled battlefield. By the way, for those with Autism, I would like to share that there is a bird-flu epidemic going on right now. I know because of our Autism we maintain our routine including our food intake. Let's take care of each other. (Deauna 27)

 

 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/06/15

The cell membrane is made up of layers of fat and protein molecules. The layer of fats has an area that is hydrophobic water-fearing) and a hydrophilic (water-loving) area. Cholesterol is present and it is the substance that strengthens the cell membrane. The cell membrane is dependent on the fats for its fludity. 


To reiterate, the food we consume are the building blocks of these molecules. The fat and protein molecules, therefore, varies as our diet varies. Saturated fats make the cell membrane less permeable and inflexible. These changes bring about a disruption on the exchanges taking place between the intracellular and extracellular areas. On the other hand, unsaturated fatty acids make the cell membrane pliable and more fluid, allowing a smoother and aconstant flow of essential materials inside and outside of the cell. (Deauna 26)


Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/05/15

Today, I'm blogging on Understanding fats and Immunity Together


The forces of the immune system should be disciplined and well-coordinated to resist any cancer cells or infections. The whole operation should be maintained for recognizing enemy cells. In Ebola, communication is disrupted. However, a good immune system will help the patient a lot with regards to the system's communicating with each other. We should remember that we, with Autism, are exposed to these biological hazards, too. It is good the cell membrane of our cells intact.  

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/04/15

As promised, I'm back. I'm very busy right now with my post-graduate activities on Health Data Analytics. ICD-10, too. Back to good sleep, and with permission from Professor Deauna, I am blogging a solution. It is our choice to have a good sleep. We, especially those with Autism with their advocates, should choose for them. We can choose what to do with our time. We can change our schedule. I know most of us play video games, including myself. A good sleep should be a priority together with our video games. More blog tomorrow.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/03/15

We will blog more tomorrow. Have a Good Sunday. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 05/02/15

A good sleep is a part of Numbers115 that I'm sharing with you. I had a Labrador and he was a very good companion. The dog slept well. We fed the dog Omega-3 fatty acid. It worked well for the dog. Now, for the science, there are two levels of sleep. The first level is deep sleep, which is also called non-rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. We relaxed when we have this level. The second level is REM, which is active dreaming state. These levels occur consecutively. For those with Autism and who are not sleeping well, I'm sharing this with you. Understanding sleep is the first step. More on sleep tomorrow. 

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