It’s that time of year again. As the holiday season fades into the New Year, the national discourse migrates from gifts and goodwill to calories and cardio. Instead of Santa’s sleigh in the sky, we look for magic numbers on the scale. Instead of celebrating old friends, many of us embark on quests for a “new you.” This time of …
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