The benefits of exercising are plentiful and well known, yet most of us don't do it enough. Many people don't have the time or energy to commit to workout programs, and quit after just a few months. We'll talk about strategies that can help plan and maintain your exercise routine, and reach your fitness goals.

Also, a look at how acts of kindness can have a huge impact on someone dealing with cancer. 

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Learn more about a unique workout and who inspired it. Also coming up, tips on getting better sleep in 2018 and how to make moving apart of your daily routine.

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Fear, depression and other psychological dilemmas can all affect a patient’s ability to stop overeating and start a healthier lifestyle. With overeating contributing to more than 10% of the world’s population suffering from obesity, doctors and healthcare providers are looking for new ways to help their patients defeat overeating.  

Coming up, we're talking about overeating, how yoga can help back pain, and more fitness tips. 

Tech Tuesday: Road Trip Gadgets and Wearable Tech

May 19, 2015
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The season for summer road tripping is nearly here. And there's an app -- and several gadgets -- for that. Coming up on Tech Tuesday, some high-tech gadgets designed to help make the miles fly by.  Plus, the growing popularity of fitness trackers and wearable technology has big implications for our health and privacy.

11:00 Compared to kids in 1960, today's youth have different hair, similar glasses, and a lot more pounds. Youth obesity has tripled in the last 50 years, and we'll discuss a  new study showing patterns are set earlier in life than previously thought. We'll also get the latest update on the flu, and learn how to stay fit for life. Guests

11:00 For a real fright this Halloween, try checking the nutrition label on that bag of mini candy bars. This hour, we'll learn some tricks for rationing Halloween treats. We'll also preview the hottest fitness trends for 2014 and take a look at how ObamaCare is affecting therapists. Guests