Doctor Measures Life Expectancy in 'Microlives'
Small things we do – things we might not even think about – may take years off our life.
A British doctor invented what he calls a “microlife.” It’s a half hour of your life expectancy.
He says that each time you smoke a cigarette, have one drink, watch two hours of TV, or eat junk food you lose one microlife.
He says you can add microlives through exercise and eating fruits and vegetables.