It seems as if Fitness trackers are on everyone's Christmas list this year.  But a new study suggests that for some, they probably won't help with weight loss.

Consumer Reports explains what fitness trackers are actually good for and reveals the top choices in its exclusive ratings.

According to WILX-TV 10, a 2016 study tracked 800 adults for a year.  Most wore Fitbits and logged 50 thousand to 70 thousand steps per week.  But after just six months, none of them showed improvement in their weight or blood pressure.  Click on the above link to read more.