Study of Ensuring Human Health Issues in Religious Doctrine

  • Alidjanova Lazizakhon Abbasovna International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan
Keywords: religion, medicine, religious doctrine, Europe, doctor, Greek, Christianity, Islam


After the fall of the Roman Empire in the 5th century CE, the Middle Ages lasted until the fall of Constantinople in 1453. The Western Christian civilization had its own roots of religious interactions with health and medicine until about a millennium ago. The population of pre-Christian Europe was quite limited, and people lived in small villages. As a result, they were less prone to contract infections since they did not generate human waste or litter, which attracted disease-carrying insects and animals, as densely populated metropolitan areas do.


How to Cite
Abbasovna, A. L. (2022). Study of Ensuring Human Health Issues in Religious Doctrine. Central Asian Journal of Literature, Philosophy and Culture, 3(4), 93-101.