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6 Health and Food Trends to Watch in 2023

With the new year comes an increased emphasis on “wellness” as people make their New Year’s resolutions – including better health, better fitness, and better nutrition. Too often, however, these resolutions can lead to unhealthy habits or choices when in pursuit of a goal.  It’s important to understand that the wellness market is an industry with many players and is… 

Doctor’s Appointments Adults Should Make in the New Year

It’s a fresh new year and a perfect time to get health screenings, immunizations and annual check-ups scheduled. Preventive care measures, such as yearly exams and screenings, can help identify and monitor areas of concern. Health screenings can detect diseases or chronic conditions in their earliest stages when treatment plans are most successful. If any concerns are detected, physicians can… 

Resolve to Make Self-Care a Priority in the New Year

When the ball drops on New Year’s Eve many people will be celebrating the start of 2023. It’s also the moment a new season of New Year’s resolutions begin. For many, it’s the time to kick off goals for their health, finances, relationships and more. In fact, surveys have shown around 40% of adults in the United States make at least one… 

How to Get a Head Start on New Year’s Resolutions

With this year winding down and 2022 just around the corner, it means it is nearly time for New Year’s celebrations – and a fresh batch of New Year’s resolutions. While some people love the idea of starting the year off with a list of self-improvements, others seem to dread the calendar flip that traditionally ushers in a season of… 

Resolutions for a New Year Amid COVID-19

One side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic has been disrupted routines. As offices emptied, schools closed and gyms were shuttered to slow the spread of the virus, work-life balance fell to the wayside and levels of anxiety and stress climbed. Research shows a link between work-life balance and health, reporting high job demands can increase the risk of illness by 35%.… 

7 Healthy Habits to Maintain Throughout the New Year

The most popular New Year’s resolutions are often related to health and finance. This includes plans to eat better, exercise more and save money. Yet, approximately 80% of resolutions fail by February. To increase one’s chance of success, avoid overly ambitious goals and embrace a realistic approach. Here are seven healthy habits to implement throughout the year: Create a Budget: Proper budgeting can support both… 

New Year’s Resolution Check-In: Get Back on Track!

  It’s been almost three months since you set your resolutions at the beginning of the year, but don’t lose heart if you haven’t accomplished everything you wanted to! You aren’t alone. U.S. News and World Report says by the second week of February, 80 percent of resolution makers have given up on their goals. Luckily, this time of year is…