Bizarre 19th-century advice for girls
Daydreaming can be extremely dangerous, apparently
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The 19th century sure had its peculiarities. Babies were suspended out of windows in cages, doctors were prescribing cocaine and opium to patients, and people were wearing arsenic-laced clothes. So, can it get even weirder? That's up to you to decide. Before women's magazines and endless sources of online advice, there were a few books on the matter. In this gallery, we look at the specific advice from Dr. John Harvey Kellogg (yes, you recognize the surname).
Click through the gallery and learn more about Dr. Kellogg's advice for girls.
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