So, it's another new year which, for many of us, means another list of resolutions: to eat better, lose weight, get more exercise, stop smoking, etc. In general, to lead a healthier life. The same list we made last year, and the year before that. But bad habits are hard to break, and good habits tough to create. We take a look at ways to actually keep your resolutions to lead a healthier lifestyle with Health and Nutrition Coach Jennifer Kagy and Dr. Cal Adler, psychiatrist with UC Health, and professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.