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January 5, 2012 | 1 minute read

Ring in Cancer Prevention for 2012

Do you want to make your New Year’s resolutions stick? Or maybe you need ideas to take a break from sitting without braving the winter cold.  AICR’s January eNews can help you out.

Our 3-Minute Office Workout video shows you how to move more and be energized – all at your desk. Exercise physiologist Mary Kennedy demonstrates office-friendly exercises that will help you “put the breaks on cancer” by interrupting your sitting time.

Whether or not you made resolutions on January 1, you may be trying to make changes for a healthier life. Achieving your goals means learning how to overcome roadblocks and detours on your journey toward new habits. Read “Top 4 Diet and Health New Years Resolution Spoilers (And How to Beat Them).

If you’re looking for new snack ideas as you watch the many football games this weekend try these “Playoff Party Winner” snacks.

By starting with these few small changes – office exercises, healthier snacks and a focus on slow, but steady progress – you’ll be well on your way to a healthier 2012.

What changes have you made for a healthier life?

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