Ten (Research-Tested) New Year’s Resolutions
BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Need help choosing a New Year’s resolution? Research from the University at Buffalo can provide some direction. Below is a summary of useful health and wellness tips assembled from studies published by UB researchers in 2010.
Have a happy, healthy and safe new year.
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Graduate School of Education
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