Why is the knowledge about the the history of public health and preventive medicine important to understanding modern health/wellness

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It has a lot of pointers as to what to avoid, if we'd pay attention to them.

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When we learn the history of how a disease or other medical issue develops, we gain insight into the nature of the disease itself.  This knowledge arms us with the information to tackle new diseases as they arise or spread, showing us which techniques may or may not work to diagnose and treat the cause and symptoms.

It is the most critical way to understand about health medicines of modern concept.Now day very difficult to what will we have to knowing exactly which type of miss happening in the human bodies.first of all we must know about that particular problem.Than we can do something.

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It helps to understand about disease 

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