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Forward Thinking Magazine : December 2010
3131 Written by Alexandra Cain, Journalist Insurance Most people wait until the New Year to make their annual resolutions, but starting earlier can provide even more time for any changes you plan to make to your life to have a positive effect. So this year, why not make your resolutions in December instead? Research shows that sadly there are more deaths on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day than at any other time. In addition, research has demonstrated that people are much more likely at this time to present at hospital with circulatory diseases, neoplasms, respiratory diseases, nutritional diseases and digestive diseases. “If you make, and stick to, your resolutions in December you will give yourself a better chance at remaining healthy and happy this Christmas. Plus, you will be able to start the New Year guilt-free,” says Dr Sally Phillips, Macquarie Life’s Head of Underwriting and Claims.