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Doctor says fitness tracking devices need to be looked at in steps

Are you among the millions sporting some kind of fitness tracking device?

By: Benita Zahn

I use a GPS watch for running. It also keeps track of the steps I take daily.

Are these gizmos helping us to be healthier?

I visited a local nutrition and exercise specialist for the answer.

Read more at WNYT.com web site


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Flatten Your Belly with a Side of Fries

A too-strict diet can undermine your weight-loss effort. To keep the pounds coming off, sometimes you need to break your own rules

Read full article at menshealth.com

WEBISODE: Fit Kids February

Expert Discusses Alternatives to Sugary Drinks for Your Kids

By Time Warner Cable Staff - February 12, 2015

This week, TWC News' Julie Chapman spoke with Skidmore College professor Paul Arciero, who serves on the Capital Region (New York) Advisory Board of the American Heart Association, for tips on making sure your kids are avoiding unhealthy sugary drinks, getting plenty of water, and what sports drinks kids should have.

Watch the webisode at Time Warner Cable

Interview with TOS Fellow – Paul J. Arciero

Here are some questions and answers from our interview with TOS Fellow Paul J. Arciero, Professor and Director of the Human Nutrition and Metabolism Laboratory, Health and Exercise Sciences Department, at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY.

Read full article at Obesity.org

What Happens to Your Body When You Stop Exercising

6 Ways Your Health Suffers When You Stop Working Out

By Cindy Kuzma - February 23, 2015

Just as a good training program builds you up, falling off the workout wagon can have the opposite effect—sometimes almost immediately.

Read full article at Menshealth.com

The Academic Minute | November 2014

Paul Arciero, Skidmore College – The Quality of Exercise

By Matthew | November 2014 | The Academic Minute

Sometimes the old cliche less is more actually fits.

Dr. Paul Arciero, a professor in Skidmore College’s health & exercises department, discusses how the type of exercise you do might make all the difference.

Read Full Article and listen to Dr. Paul at The Academic Minute

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