Retailers are responding to consumers' New Year's resolutions with a broad array of fitness and health-related titles. Just as DVD has opened shoppers' eyes to the wide variety of entertainment content they can watch, so too has the fitness and health segment of the business expanded with exercises to fit every age and taste, and health titles that inform about many conditions and cures. Karen Schroeder, national buyer of mercantile and books, Wild Oats Markets, Boulder, Colo., said the ...

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