New Year's Resolutions' Affect on Your Health
From Nathan Tanner on December 25th, 2017
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The beginning of a new year is a common time for resolutions making. Eat healthier, run more, watch TV less. Setting resolutions can be good, but how you tackle those resolutions can have a negative impact on your health. Dr. Anne Lin, psychiatrist at University of Utah Health, talks about how to make new year's resolutions that are both beneficial and doable.