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Leaders, celebrities make resolutions for the new year

WNYT anchor Jessica Layton, who resolves to "appreciate every passing moment for what it is" in 2013, sings in November as part of The Singing Anchors, a trio of local TV news anchors who sing holiday songs.
WNYT anchor Jessica Layton, who resolves to "appreciate every passing moment for what it is" in 2013, sings in November as part of The Singing Anchors, a trio of local TV news anchors who sing holiday songs.
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With 2012 drawing to a close, it inevitably provokes reflection, prompting many to resolve to do something different about the new year. Thus is born the sometimes fragile, always hopeful New Year’s resolution. According to a 2012 study by the University of Scranton, published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, 45 percent of Americans usually make New Year’s resolutions and 17 percent make them infrequently. Another 38 percent absolutely never make them, the study said. ...


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