January not only marks a new year and a new month, but it also marks a fresh start for many people. Resolutions abound in January. Most are made with good intentions and then broken sometime later. Regardless of how your New Year’s resolutions normally turn out, this can be your year to keep them!
Almost half of American adults make at least one resolution, but less than half of these will make it after six months. However, research shows that people who make resolutions are 10 times more likely to reach their goals as people who don’t make any.
Instead of setting yourself up for failure this year, try making resolutions that you can keep to improve your lifestyle. At UAMS, we hope that you succeed in becoming healthier and happier in 2011.
Living Healthy Newsletters With our newsletters, we want to help you start the new year off on the right foot. We have plenty of helpful tips and information to help you succeed in 2011. This month we will give you practical advice on keeping those resolutions. We also are taking some of the most common resolutions and giving you tips on how to succeed in reaching your goals.
Weight loss is something emphasized a lot at the beginning of the year, not only in losing weight during the year but also taking off some of those holiday pounds. We’ll give you practical and helpful advice on losing weight.In our Living Healthy Newsletters we want to provide plenty of healthy tips and advice for whatever situation or condition you may be facing.
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With the cold, winter weather, we are all looking for warm recipes. It’s the season for soup and chili. At UAMS, we have several healthy alternatives for your winter favorites. Try our black bean chili or chicken soup.
Looking for more healthy recipes? Visit our health library, which will provide you with recipes to prepare many full meals that meets most dietary needs.See our library
Ways to Activate Your Life
One of the most common New Year’s Resolutions that is made is to lose weight. We know that being physically active is good for our health. There are many simple ways to develop a more active lifestyle and lose weight without devoting several hours a day to the gym.
You can often find things that you enjoy doing that will help you burn extra calories throughout the day. For more tips on ways to have a more active lifestyle, read this article.
January can also be a common time to get sick. You’ve probably heard that you should feed a cold and starve a fever, but is this just a myth or is it advice you should follow? READ THIS ARTICLE FOR THE ANSWER.
Want to find the answers to other medical myths? Our UAMS mythbusters have investigated the truth behind some of the more popular myths. Visit our collection and find out the real deal.
Podcast – Here’s to Your Health
It’s important in making resolutions to not only make a reachable one, but also a plan to get there. Dr. T. Glenn Pait provides tips and advice for your health. He gives practical advice for helping you stick to your New Year’s Resolutions this year. From our Here’s to Your Health archives, Dr. T. Glenn Pait provides tips and advice for your health. For tips and information on having a successful start to the new year, listen to this podcast.
Interested in hearing more Here’s to Your Health podcasts? Visit our Here’s to Your Health Archive today!
Chuck Lange is sold on the often circulated notion that dropping some excess weight can be a life-changing event. Read Chuck’s story here.