“As a scientist, I must admit that I was sure that almost everything published in Science and Nature was absolutely true, and I was a bit disappointed when I understood this wasn’t the case,” Estelle Dumas-Mallet.
On February 1912, writing for the WASHINGTON HERALD, Lillian Russel declared that dancing was a “Healthful Exercise.”
The Dancing of the Present Day Has Not Deteriorated. The Principles Are The Same and the Benefits Derived From It Have Not Altered in the Least.
But, is this still true in 2017? Is the dancing of our day still “poetry in motion?” Continue reading “Dancing: a healthful exercise”
“Eat an apple on going to bed, And you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread.”
That saying from Pembroke is better than “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” don’t you think? At least you know the doctor’s not avoiding you because of your apple breath!