FEB 03, 2019 4:45 PM PST

How To Keep Your New Year's Resolutions According To Science

WRITTEN BY: Liat Ben-Senior

We start the new year with good intentions. We promise ourselves we will be better this year, eat healthier, be more fit, lose weight  and maybe even learn a new language. 45% of Americans will start the new year with setting goals for the year, but unfortunately, these resolutions do not last very long. In fact, 80% of the resolutions will fail by February? According to science the best way to keep your resolutions is by turning them into habits. So here are a few tips for getting you back on track. Good luck!

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  • Content and marketing professional specializing in the biotech and life sciences industry. My scientific background includes immunology and molecular biology research, both in academia as well as in industry. A constant learner, who is fascinated by the forefront of science. Very excited to join Labroots’ team of writers.
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