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5 Tips For New Year’s Resolutions in 2015: Doctor Tells You How To Beat The Odds Part 2
If you're one of the millions of Americans who will make a promise to improve yourself this New Year, there's bad news: You're 92 percent likely to fail in sticking to your resolutions, says a recent study from the University of Scranton's Journal of Clinical Psychology. About 45 percent of Ameri...
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7 New Year’s Resolution ‘Secrets’ to Weight Training from a Bodybuilding Neurosurgeon
Losing weight was the No. 1 New Year's resolution for 2014, according to a University of Scranton study, which also found that only 8% of people succeed in achieving their resolutions. Bummer! So it stands to reason, losing weight will again top the resolution charts in 2015. "You're much mor...
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