Author and journalist A.J. Jacobs and Dr. Oz talk about why fitness trackers are popular and how they work.
Dr. Oz asks his audience members about their weight-loss results when using a fitness tracker. Plus, author and journalist A.J. Jacobs puts the most popular fitness trackers to the test.
Author and journalist A.J. Jacobs reveals the accuracy of the fitness trackers he tested to count calories burned, steps taken, and stairs climbed.
Author and journalist A.J. Jacobs and Dr. Oz share advice on actions you can take to get results from using your fitness tracker.
Dr. Dendy Engelman talks to Dr. Oz about how hydration affects skin. Plus, viewers reveal what their skin looks like after trying Dr. Engelman’s better-skin drink menu.
Dr. Dendy Engelman shows Dr. Oz what to drink throughout the day to make your skin look younger.
Body language expert Blanca Cobb describes how to follow the S.O.R.R.Y. plan to help you stop apologizing for situations in which you don’t need to apologize.
Body language specialist Blanca Cobb talks to Dr. Oz about scenarios in which you should not apologize for the shortcoming of others.
It’s a cultural phenomenon people are obsessed with: fitness trackers. We researched and tested many trackers on the market. See which ones really work and are worth your money. Then, how to eat well for only four bucks a day.
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