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SIKESTON -- With the holidays over, more people are focusing on making those New Year's resolutions.
The beginning of a new year brings an opportune time to start a new exercise program, get the home organized or learn a new hobby.
Kenny Stone, health and fitness director at the YMCA of Southeast Missouri in Sikeston, offered suggestions for keeping resolutions to improve health -- which are among the most popular resolutions made each year. He said setting and recognizing realistic goals is a first step to achieving a resolution, such as weight loss.
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