As medical technology advanced, scientists gained enough insight to begin studying the causes of disease and two schools of thought emerged. One showed immediate and promising results while the other was more holistic in nature and, though sound in theory, could not readily offer the same clear evidence in terms of results. This dialogue began in Europe in the early 1800s and still continues in present times.
There are currently no specific treatments for COVID-19. By now we are all too familiar with the recommendations from these health authorities. What else can we, as individuals and families, do to be best prepared for current and perhaps similar future threats?