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RYAN BAKKEN: Wealth, thinness, smarts, youth — no, thanks

December 15, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Ryan Bakken writes about the things American adults would most like to change about themselves. Continue Reading

RYAN BAKKEN: An early start to New Year vows

December 31, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

The New Year means it is New Year’s resolution time, so those vowing to lose weight will be flocking to Grand Forks’ new fitness center to sign up. Historically, the first of the year finds a surge in health club memberships. Continue Reading

Snuffing out smoking

December 31, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

If 2012 is the year you really will quit smoking, there are several programs available to make your resolution stick, and the rate of success is encouraging. Continue Reading

Brain can sabotage success of New Year’s resolutions

January 3, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Uh-oh, the new year’s just begun and already you’re finding it hard to keep those resolutions to junk the junk food, get off the couch or kick smoking. There’s a biological reason a lot of our bad habits are so hard to break they get wired into our brains. Continue Reading

Brain can sabotage success of New Year’s resolutions

January 3, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Uh-oh, the new year’s just begun and already you’re finding it hard to keep those resolutions to junk the junk food, get off the couch or kick smoking. There’s a biological reason a lot of our bad habits are so hard to break they get wired into our brains. Continue Reading

Brain can sabotage success of New Year’s resolutions

January 3, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Uh-oh, the new year’s just begun and already you’re finding it hard to keep those resolutions to junk the junk food, get off the couch or kick smoking. There’s a biological reason a lot of our bad habits are so hard to break they get wired into our brains. Continue Reading

Brain can sabotage success of New Year’s resolutions

January 3, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Uh-oh, the new year’s just begun and already you’re finding it hard to keep those resolutions to junk the junk food, get off the couch or kick smoking. There’s a biological reason a lot of our bad habits are so hard to break they get wired into our brains. Continue Reading

Brain can sabotage success of New Year’s resolutions

January 3, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Uh-oh, the new year’s just begun and already you’re finding it hard to keep those resolutions to junk the junk food, get off the couch or kick smoking. There’s a biological reason a lot of our bad habits are so hard to break they get wired into our brains. Continue Reading