Live Long and Prosper: Arts & Health

by Matthew Innis |

The people who believe in the romance of the Romantic starving artist  – unless they also subscribe to the health promises of the starvation diet – likely also believe that artists are doomed to live shortened lives.  After all, as Lao Tzu philosophized, “The candle that burns twice as bright, burns half as long,” and certainly,…

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