Neil Morte

United States Georgia Southern University

Poster

Commented on Evaluation of Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) in Patients Receiving Outpatient Parenteral Antimicrobial Therapy (OPAT)
Helpful if a patient is able to have this outpatient treatment option. HRQOL is a good measurement to follow-up and see how a patient is progressing and if there are other treatments that may be more beneficial. This is a great study!

Article

Commented on Health-related quality of life associated with sensory impairment in Chinese middle-aged and older adults: a cohort study
You can see how this type of association can go both directions. These kinds of longitudinal studies are important and can establish how interventions can be developed in certain populations.

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Commented on Anti-aging research
I really like the public health aspect focusing on habits and lifestyle. How about at the cellular level? Here is a study focusing on the reprogramming of cells: https://www.aging-us.com/news-room/NEW-STUDY-Discovery-of-Chemical-Means-to-Reverse-Aging-and-Restore-Cellular-Function Thoughts?

Webinar

Commented on Beyond the Stereotypes: Understanding OCD
This is amazing to help raise awareness and for people to be educated and recognize signs. Along with many conditions, stigma and assumptions are attached. Education is so important and I wonder if there are certifications or classes for this and other disorders.

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Commented on Optimising the effects of physical activity on mental health and wellbeing: A joint consensus statement from Sports Medicine Australia and the Australian Psychological Society
Very interesting to focus on domains and delivery of activities in a way that an individual can enjoy and have the self-efficacy and confidence. The recommendations can help practitioners to optimize activities and mental health outcomes.

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Commented on Scientific Inventions and Findings
Hydrogel to purify water https://www.snexplores.org/article/innovation-2023-new-solar-powered-gel-purifies-water-in-a-flash Thoughts?

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Commented on Toxic Effects of Environmental Heavy Metals on Cardiovascular Pathophysiology
Here is a paper to counter toxicity: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1018364722000465 This reviews therapies through natural resources and nanotech to treat heavy metal toxicity.

Poster

Commented on Parent and child sex-initiation values and their relationship to child sex
Interesting findings and makes sense seeing the mothers have these discussions. As the future research needs states, I would be curious to see the father contributions and how that is valued compared to mothers. A variety of variables would be considered to assess influence further.

Article

Commented on Thought Experiments in Video Games: Exploring the (Un)Ethics of Motherhood in Frictional Games’ Amnesia: Rebirth
I was exposed to this game recently and the story line was very interesting and tapping into things we do not typically see. It is all very complex, but I did not get a chance to go further.

Article

Commented on Community health needs bus tour: understanding social determinants of health and racism
Social determinants of health is so important to know about for providers as they can be aware of community health issues and being aware of resources to refer to.

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Commented on Scientific Inventions and Findings
Share recent inventions and developments here!

Article

Commented on Moving toward Equitable Care for Sleep Apnea in the United States: Positive Airway Pressure Adherence Thresholds: An Official American Thoracic Society Policy Statement
I have never seen this study design in which collaboration happens to push policy. We certainly see research that tries to inform for policy, but I like the use of working groups to look into research and how to improve disparities and the policies for PAP insurance coverage.

Article

Commented on Relaxation of anti-COVID-19 measures reveals new challenges for infectious disease outbreak forecasting
Shows the importance of mathematical modeling and accounting for variables that comes with measures, immunity, vaccination, etc.

Webinar

Commented on Future Medicine: Stem Cells and Cancer
Good information for people that do not have an extensive background in this area as well. It is interesting to see the clinical trials for development of new therapies.

Webinar

Commented on The Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis: Transitioning from Blame Game to Synergistic Solutions
This can take on a multidisciplinary approach where collaboration is important with education to increase understanding and responding to the crisis. It is good to see the data as well. It is eye-opening to see the lack of drug development, but the need is there to have new approaches and have the best practices.