The AGS Foundation for Health in Aging January 20, 2009
No matter how many new years you’ve rung in, it’s never too late to resolve to live healthier.
Making a New Year’s resolution to eat better, exercise, watch your weight, see your healthcare provider regularly, and quit smoking once and for all, can help you get healthier and feel better for many more years to come.
Here, from the American Geriatrics Society Foundation for Health in Aging, are leading experts’ top 10 healthy New Year’s resolutions for older adults:
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