COVID-19, Between Science and Philosophy
Immediate feasible strategies to fortify the immune system.
“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.”
– Stephen Hawking –
Masks, distancing, hand disinfection are practices that entered our daily life in the COVID 19 era. But is it all so useful if done as it is done today? If such measures are pushed beyond what is necessary and evidence-based, do they also lead to unwanted adverse effects? What can we do to strengthen our immune system? Can we age healthy?
These questions are answered by this volume which aims to shed light on issues with ambiguous and sometimes confused implications.
Starting from a philosophical basis, validated by scientific evidence, the book illustrates forward-looking strategies for the promotion of health and environmental sustainability.
The clear language and concrete examples make the text understandable to anyone; the numerous bibliographical references, to many recent and valid researches, provide important insights for health and wellness professionals.
The book is supported by the European project SALUS, promoter of strategies useful for change for the health of man and the planet.