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Published on December 29, 2021

New Year's Resolutions: Applying What We've Learned from COVID-19 for a Healthy 2022

New Year's Resolutions: Applying What We've Learned from COVID-19 for a Healthy 2022

Thinking about New Year's resolutions? Get ideas for healthy goals from Jeffrey Hatcher, MD, chief medical officer of Wesley Long Hospital, in this 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2.

8 Ideas for Healthy New Year's Resolutions

  1. Commit to caring for your friends, family and community by getting the COVID vaccine when eligible, plus boosters. Schedule an appointment at conehealth.com/vaccine
  2. Connect with people more.
  3. Complete your advance directive. Learn more about advance directives at conehealth.com/advancedirective
  4. Donate blood. Find donation locations near you at oneblood.org
  5. Be present and take each day one at a time.
  6. Know your options for care. Find the right care option for you at conehealth.com/appointments
  7. Find a primary care provider. If you don’t have a primary care provider don’t wait until you’re sick to schedule an appointment. Sign up today for a healthy start to 2022 at conehealth.com/primarycare
  8. Make a fitness/exercise goal. Make sure your exercise and fitness goals are sustainable so you can stick to them all year long. Your primary care provider can help you identify exercise goals, and the experts at Sagewell Health & Fitness can help you create and maintain the healthy lifestyle that’s right for you.

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