Neil Morte

United States Georgia Southern University

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Commented on Mental health
What are hobbies or activities you enjoy for self-care and to manage stress?

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Commented on Does antibiotic awareness campaigns exposure decrease intention to demand antibiotic treatment? Testing a structural model among parents in Western Australia
Raising awareness helps. It is not a scare tactic, but the information only outlines the importance of AMR as a public health concern

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Commented on Students with Difficulties Managing Vocational Education in High School: Identifying Intervention Areas Related to Self-Reported Student-Environment Fit and Mental Health
I can see it as being comfortable because if a student feels the need to adjust, there can be some anxiety

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Commented on Longitudinal dynamics of the cultural diffusion of Kpop on YouTube
With the rise of kpop globally, I wonder how the analytics have changed.

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Commented on PREVALENCE OF RANAVIRUS IN SPOTTED SALAMANDER (AMBYSTOMA MACULATUM) LARVAE FROM CREATED VERNAL POOLS IN WEST VIRGINIA, USA
How prevalent is it to create new vernal pools and what kind of monitoring has to take place?

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Commented on Climate Change and Health
This was an excellent webinar and makes you think about methods in the future to account for climate change for health outcomes.

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Commented on Early Career Journey: Growing and Learning from Bad Outcomes
This helps so much because it is applicable to people who are new to their fields and getting experience.

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Commented on A collaborative and near-comprehensive North Pacific humpback whale photo-ID dataset
How will the data help with research and tracking in the future?

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Commented on Machine Learning: A new approach to drug discovery
New to me as well and seems very fitting in a world where everything around us is digital and leveraging that for these purposes whether it be for outcomes that have been around a long time or more recently.

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Commented on Screening for obstructive sleep apnoea in the USA: a representative cross-sectional study
I am surprised there would be underreporting considering how prevalent it is and how that is critical information for procedures, but it is more so assessing risk of being diagnosed, so I can see how the language is.

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Commented on Neighborhood Built Environments and Sleep Health: A Longitudinal Study in Low-Income and Predominantly African-American Neighborhoods
I was not familiar with neighborhood disorder and I can see how that affect sleep whether it be being able to or stay asleep over the course of a night.

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Commented on Sleep Disturbances and Dementia Risk in Older Adults: Findings From 10 Years of National U.S. Prospective Data
Great use of cohort data and gathering evidence that shows how important sleep is and the impact any disturbances can have long-term.

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Commented on Are you a night owl or early bird?
Are you a night owl or early bird? How has that impacted your health outcomes or your mood daily?