Every year, the majority of us take on at least one "New Year's Resolution." (Now, whether or not we stick with these New Year's resolutions after the first few months is another story.)
Weight loss, a new hobby, quitting a bad habit, spending more time with family -- the list goes on and on. Ultimately, New Year's resolutions are designed to help us and enhance our lives.
But what happens when your New Year's resolutions have potential to do more harm than good?
Resolutions can be problematic for physicians. Naturally high achievers, physicians can tend to be unrealistic about their personal resolutions and what they can realistically achieve.
Are you a physician with a set of New Year's Resolutions you'd like to accomplish this year? Visit KevinMD to read how to achieve your resolutions safely.