Sherri Leimkuhler is a Fitness and Health Columnist for The Carroll County Times and an active member of the Eldersburg Rogue Runners. A two-time Ironman triathlete and a certified yoga and group fitness instructor, Sherri has been a competitive triathlete for ten years with sponsorships from Xterra Wetsuits and SLS3. A graduate of Ohio University, she has a bachelor's degree in Journalism from the E. W. Scripps School of Journalism as well as a degree in Aviation Technology. Sherri is also a Consulting Associate for KWF Consulting and is currently learning Spanish and working on publishing her first novel.
Upon learning about this new virus, the general public may not have felt any real sense of urgency. Rather, many of us may have responded to the news with a collective shrug and simply carried on with our busy lives.
According to medicalnewstoday.com, collagen — the most abundant protein in the human body — is a tough, elastic and versatile structural protein found in the bones, muscles, skin and tendons. It is, essentially, the substance that holds the body together.