STUDY RELEASED: 100% of U.S. new year’s resolutions broken by mid-morning on New Year's Day.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The New England Journal of Medicine and Psychology has released a New Years study that finds resolutions made for the New Year were unanimously shattered by mid-morning on New Year's Day. The study indicates countless resolutions have been broken by virtually every U.S. resident.
Details of the report indicate the majority of people in the U.S. have already decided to abandon exercise plans. Also, all household budgets have been exceeded, families watched more TV than on the same day a year ago, and all smokers…
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