(HealthDay)—You'll be more likely to stick to your New Year's resolutions if you establish realistic and achievable goals, an expert suggests.
By now, many New Year's fitness resolutions have likely been broken. But take heart, it's not too late to start over.
With the start of a new year, many of us make resolutions to lose weight and exercise more often. But why don't our New Year's resolutions have staying power?
A "sin tax" on cigarettes and alcohol dampened the New Year party spirit when it was introduced in the Philippines Tuesday, as part of a government bid to boost finances.
(HealthDay)—People who have lost a loved one in the past year can have difficulty coping during the holidays, an expert says.
(HealthDay) -- Three months into 2012, chances are good that those grand plans for self-improvement hatched at the start of the new year have become more of a dead weight.
(Medical Xpress) -- For many people, the motivation to exercise fluctuates from week to week, and these fluctuations predict whether they will be physically active, according to researchers at Penn State. In an effort to ...
(Medical Xpress) -- New Year’s Eve is fast approaching and many plan on ringing in the new year with a few drinks.
(Medical Xpress) -- Christmas and the New Year is the time of over-indulgence - and long may it continue. But is the season of festive feasting and making merry taking its toll on your body?
(Medical Xpress) -- Chair of Mental Health at the University of South Australia, Professor Nicholas Procter, says Christmas is a special opportunity for family and friends to re-connect with people - some ...