New Year’s Resolution

Happy New Year! I hope you all have had a wonderful holiday with family and friends.

Around this time of year, every year, most people when asked “What is your new year resolution(s)?” Most people will say that they would like to exercise more, lose weight, and be healthy overall. I found a article on Spine-Health about weight loss and how your lower back pain can benefit from healthy weight loss.

I know that I’ll be looking to lead a healthier lifestyle and might just implement these suggestions myself. Enjoy and Happy New Year!

Weight Loss and Back Pain

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