Doctors recommend you mix up your kinds of exercise so you don't become bored. (Photo: Thinkstock)

New You

Warm Up to a New Year’s Fitness Routine As healthy resolutions fill gyms and outdoor paths, two sports medicine doctors at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center remind those who work out to do it safely – whether exercising indoors or out. The first thing to
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Resolutions often fail because they are not “focused, specific or organized. They need to be achievable and measurable on a daily basis. (Photo: University Cancer Centers)

Quitting Cigarettes

One of the Toughest New Year’s Resolutions Most New Year’s resolutions fail. A study by the United Kingdom’s Royal Society of Public Health found that that “quitting smoking is the most difficult resolution to keep.” Only 4 percent of those who attempt to quit smoking
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You don't need a boyfriend to land a New Year's Eve kiss. (Photo: iStock Photo)

New Year, New Boo?

Should You Ringin New Year’s Eve Solo? As we wrap up 2017, we might find ourselves revisiting the highs and lows of the year. If you have been in a relationship, you also might reflect on the good times, the bad times and what is yet to come. Maybe you have had a terrible
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