David G. Olarsch, N.D.
Naturopathic Doctor
“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
—Thomas Edison

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Joel Funk, Ph.D. - Professor of Psychology - Plymouth State University


Newspapers, Media and Advertising
May 21, 2004
Although there are certainly useful functions to newspapers and other media, many critics have decried the biased coverage of news by the media in America. Do stories about alternative energy or cancer cures get much space in the New York Times? Who decides what’s “fit to print?” Too much of what goes on in the media is a distraction from really important issues that frequently get under-reported or are not covered at all.

The Missing Five Commandments
March 31, 2004
Most of us are familiar with the Ten Commandments, but have you heard about the missing five commandments?

Inconvenience Stores
January 11, 2004
There is very little that is convenient at these stores for someone concerned about health and the environment. Let’s pick a typical "convenience" store and mentally walk through it, applying systemic thinking as we go.

Most Americans are full of…
November 18, 2003
Dr. Joel Funk, Professor of Psychology at Plymouth State University, kicks off his first lively column.

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Joel Funk, Ph.D.,
May 21, 2004

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Dr. David Olarsch,
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