Dennis T. Gordon

There are many pressing social, economic, and political issues currently facing Americans. While all these issues deserve attention, their magnitude and diversity can appear overwhelming. It’s never easy to agree on their priority or relevance.

But there is one issue of individual and national importance, core to sustained health and quality of life, that cannot be ignored. Yet, as serious as the issue is, it goes on, unabated. It is so common that it defies attention and management. This crisis …

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Dennis T. Gordon, PhD, is a member of IFT, is professor emeritus, North Dakota State University ([email protected]).
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