You’re stressed. You have no time to exercise. You ignore your own health and you’re glued to your smartphone. Sound familiar?
These are all things that can take a toll on our health. The good news is, as we begin a new year, we are given an opportunity to focus on what we can do better.
In January’s Health Check, Fremont Area Medical Center’s Dr. James Sullivan offers six steps we can all take to have a healthier 2014.
His ideas go beyond the usual “watch what you eat.” In fact, his suggestions may surprise you. And he says if we apply at least one of the changes, it could have huge benefits to our health and make for a truly happy and healthy new year.
Join WOWT’s Serese Cole Monday, January 6 at 5:00 p.m. for a story that could change you for the better.
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