Redes sociales y biológicas | 26 MAY 19

Salud y enfermedad: estados emergentes adaptativos

La salud es un estado de adaptación único para cada persona. Este estado subjetivo debe distinguirse del estado objetivo de la enfermedad
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Autor: Joachim P. Sturmberg, Martin Picard, David C. Aron, Jeanette M. Bennett, Johannes Bircher, et al Fuente: Front. Med., 28 March 2019 https://doi.org/10.3389/fmed.2019.00059 Health and Disease—Emergent States Resulting From Adaptive Social and Biological Network Interactions
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