Neil Morte

United States Georgia Southern University

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Commented on THE ROLE OF THE PHARMACISTS AND THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES IN THE ECOSYSTEM OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH CAMPAIGNS - A CASE STUDY IN INFORMATION CAMPAIGNS ON DIABETES MELLITUS
With the use of medicines and treatments, questions for pharmacists and pharmaceutical companies are directed more and more, so having informative campaigns from them will only help people understand chronic conditions better and the use of medicines, which can be a complicated task.

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Commented on Racial/ethnic differences in job loss for women with breast cancer
Very interesting study. I do wonder how the results would be if the study was extended to other sites besides the two listed and by the types of occupations.

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Commented on Cancer beliefs in cancer survivors, cancer relatives and persons with no cancer experience
It is important for chronic diseases especially cancer have interventions in which to educate and address negative beliefs or preconceived notions and that can provide better outlooks and hopefully an improved prognosis with positive behaviors.

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Commented on Prevention of HIV-1 Infection with Early Antiretroviral Therapy
I do wonder how big of an impact this had made on HIV rates and widely used the therapy is since this was published. I can imagine how big this was at the time.

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Commented on Can social media be a tool for reducing consumers’ food waste? A behaviour change experiment by a UK retailer
With the use of social media platforms, we can inform in ways we could not before and could be a method used to change behavior just like advertisements that do a similar thing.

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Commented on Exploring the personal and professional factors associated with student evaluations of tenure-track faculty
Student evaluation is important to get a sense of how a course goes and interest in teaching the class in the future, but as stated that there is little to no relationship between evaluations and research. As concluded, evaluation and assessment of faculty continue to evolve.

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Commented on COVID-19 Response Grants
Here are additional grant opportunities due to impact of COVID-19 from HHS https://www.hhs.gov/coronavirus/grants/index.html

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Commented on Cohort Profile: The National Health and Aging Trends Study (NHATS)
Thank you for this helpful article as I look to utilize NHATS

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Commented on PHYSICAL FRAILTY AND FIVE-YEAR OUTCOMES AMONG OLDER ADULTS IN THE NATIONAL HEALTH AND AGING TRENDS STUDY (NHATS)
I am looking to utilize NHATS and wanted to ask about your experiences analyzing the dataset. Thank you!

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Commented on “Smoking Revolution”
This is very important to present as people are misinformed about the e-cigarettes and their claims along with endorsements can hit a reset button on the evidence that smoking has on our health. Well done!

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Commented on Comparative Greenhouse Gas Footprinting of Online versus Traditional Shopping for Fast-Moving Consumer Goods: A Stochastic Approach
This is very interesting in the shift to more online consumerism and how we are improving our footprint in other areas as well.

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Commented on Disadvantages in preparing and publishing scientific papers caused by the dominance of the English language in science: The case of Colombian researchers in biological sciences
I believe with anything we do, transcends language and research should be the same in which it can be communicated in any language especially when research is about sharing knowledge.

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Commented on Effectiveness of Adding a Mask Recommendation to Other Public Health Measures to Prevent SARS-CoV-2 Infection in Danish Mask Wearers
Studies like these are so important to be disseminated for people to know about to inform about the effectiveness and how this is critical during the pandemic and going forward.

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Commented on Spending time in the garden is positively associated with health and wellbeing: Results from a national survey in England
After looking at the title, I was curious as to what was assessed in terms of how time was spent in the garden. It was interesting to see for individuals that simply spent time in the garden as leisure or actually gardening. I am intrigued to see how this type of research can be utilized to integrate spaces of the natural and built environment.

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Commented on Can indoor sports centers be allowed to re-open during the COVID-19 pandemic based on a certificate of equivalence?
I feel that the conclusion of collaboration and research is so critical as that can be the opening for the certificate of equivalence.