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With childhood obesity being the major problem that it is, some are proposing having overweight children wear fitness trackers.

Recent studies show that some kids have a positive responce to having a digitized goal for how many steps they should take in a day.  Others disagree.

“The best way to encourage physical activity is to find an activity or a sport or a skill that the child enjoys, and to encourage participation and pleasure, skill-building and mastery,”  says Michelle De Mooy, deputy director of consumer privacy at the Center for Democracy and Technology, tells The New York Times.

So, should overweight kids wear fitness trackers? Take The Mike Show's South Jersey Survey...