"You stand there a couple of minutes, and you will feel your fingers tingling," she said. "You have raised your endorphins and hopefully your autoimmune system. Raising your endorphins helps you to live longer."
Philanthropist of Shoney's fortune turns 100
Rabbi Victor Urecki of the synagogue where Schoenbaum was a longtime congregant says she died Tuesday at age 100 in her hometown of Sarasota, Florida.
Services Friday in West Virginia for Betty Schoenbaum