Researchers found that people danced almost 12 percent more when this was on.
"His eyes light up when he is on stage."
Her goal was "to be able to dance again" after 30 years
He set up a TikTok account last July to chart his weight loss and started posting videos of himself "dad-dancing."
“Age is just a number!”
The study said that music with the sensation of groove can elicit feelings of pleasure and enhance behavioral arousal levels.
The mother-of-one says she will never stop dancing "until they take me away in a box."
“They gave you a chicken box from Kentucky Fried Chicken. You got two pieces of chicken with mashed potatoes, gravy and a soda. That was it."
A dance floor session helped men involved in the study understand the concept of being different and helped them cooperate with different kinds of people.
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