Keep Your New Year’s Healthy Resolutions in 2016

Last year, StatisticBrain.com posted an informative list taken from the University of Scranton’s Journal of Clinical Psychology that detailed statistics related to New Year’s Resolutions. 45% of Americans usually commit to a resolution every year on New Year’s Eve. The number one most popular resolution? Losing weight. Unfortunately, just 8% of people actually achieve their goals. To increase your…

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Pre-Diabetes: Are You at Risk?

With the increased rates of diabetes in the United States, you might be worried that you are at risk. Generally, people will be diagnosed with pre-diabetes before a Type 2 diabetes diagnosis, but might not understand what being pre-diabetic means. A pre-diabetes diagnosis refers to a condition in which your blood sugar is higher than…

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