I don’t make new year’s resolutions, but I do think the start of a new year, whether it’s the calendar year, your birthday, or some other anniversary date, is a good time to evaluate our priorities and what we are doing to make them happen.
So today I suggest 5 health issues we can evaluate and resolve to improve in 2017. I’ve listed links to previous blog posts and other sources that will help you set goals and make them happen.
Resolving to eat healthier and safer –
6 steps to losing weight and gaining hope
Less red meat + more vegetables = less cancer
Top Cancer-Fighting Foods from WebMD
Resolving to be more active physically
A tour of the U.S. Olympic Training Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado- Tuesday Travels
Resolving to quit smoking
It’s never too late to stop smoking from the Chicago Tribune
7 surprising reasons to be smoke free
Resolving to learn more
Reading books may add years to your life according to Harvard Medical School
6 Best Medical Books of the Past 75 Years
10 health blogs you should read- a pair of docs and more
Resolving to give more
Please leave a comment about what health resolutions you have made or will make this year. I want to encourage and cheer you on.
Next week, read here about 7 drugs that are overused, as we explore the heart of health.
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