Items Tagged ‘new years resolutions’

How to have a healthy new year with diabetes: 5 tips

January 5, 2018

How to have a healthy new year with diabetes: 5 tips

By Simi Singer Simi Singer

Let’s be honest. Nearly everyone has a health-related resolution for 2018. But with diabetes a growing epidemic and one of the leading causes of death in the country, it is especially important that diabetics – already more than 10 percent of the population — make a commitment to improving their health this year. “Diabetes doubles […]

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Tags: diabetes, endocrinology, metabolism, new years resolutions, Susan Ahern MD, UCLA Division of Endocrinology, UCLA endocrinologist, UCLA Health Ventura


Start your new year with a resolution worthy of a health pro

December 29, 2016

Start your new year with a resolution worthy of a health pro

By Ryan Hatoum Ryan Hatoum

    This time of year, your average ate-too-many-holiday-cookies Joes and Janes aren’t the only ones making resolutions to improve their health. Health professionals make resolutions for the new year, too. We asked UCLA Health doctors, nurses, dietitians, and other experts about their goals for 2017. At the top of their lists were resolutions about […]

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Tags: Dana Hunnes, diet, dieting, dietitian, dietitians, diets, Dr Andrew Goldstein, Dr Aurelia Nattiv, Dr Edmond Hewlett, Dr Gregory Henderson, Dr H Albin Gritsch, Dr Hans A Gritsch


Six ways to jumpstart your New Year’s resolutions ­– and make them stick

December 17, 2016

Six ways to jumpstart your New Year’s resolutions ­– and make them stick

By uclahealth uclahealth

Planning to make some new resolutions come January? Don’t wait! If you get a jump on your resolutions now, you’ll already be halfway to locking in new behaviors when 2017 arrives. Here are six research-backed methods to help your new habits stick. 1. Choose a simple daily goal. Research suggests that new behaviors are more […]

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Tags: accountable, behaviors, goals, habits, health goals, new years resolutions, resolutions, routines