In this month Leading Lady Newsletter, we discuss the following topics:
1)Dermatologists Share Tips for Treating Corns and Calluses
Ever wonder what causes corns and calluses? According to dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology, these hard, thickened areas of skin form as a result of friction or pressure on the skin. In fact, they say, corns and calluses develop naturally to help protect the skin underneath them. In this Newsletter, learn how to best treat these conditions just in time for summer sandals.
You know that I am always preaching about the importance of water. After all, our bodies are composed of approximately 60 percent water, and all of our bodily functions are sustained by water. Dehydration is one of the most common detriments to our health, and one of the easiest problems to fix. Make staying hydrated simple and seamlessly interwoven throughout your day. In this newsletter, learn simply ways to increase your water in take and stay hydrated.
3) Be Immune to Inactivity
The World Health Organization has called inactivity the second-leading risk factor for non-communicable diseases and the fourth-leading risk factor for global mortality. In this newsletter, learn simple ways to increase the effectiveness of your daily workouts and basic movement routines.
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