New Year’s resolution guide: 5 steps to a healthier 2024

It is a fact that your ability to stave off age-related diseases such as heart disease and cancer resides in your muscle mass. Photo: Pexels

(Melissa Rudy/ Fox News) — Heading into 2024, about a third of people will make New Year’s resolutions — many of which will be tied to leading longer, healthier lives.

“Life expectancy is at its lowest in decades despite our wealth of scientific knowledge,” Dr. Brett Osborn, a Florida neurologist and longevity expert, told Fox News Digital. 

“But it doesn’t have to be this way — you have a choice to be healthy in 2024 and onward.”

Rather than getting distracted by the latest wellness trends, Osborn recommends sticking to five tried-and-true basics for better health.

Ahead of the New Year of 2024, here they are. 

“There is no easier way to lower your risk for age-related disease than by monitoring your blood pressure,” Osborn told Fox News Digital. (…)