Tuesday, January 08, 2008


Not that I want the Dolf Zone to turn into DrKoop.com... But I found this report rather interesting.
LONDON (Reuters) - People who drink moderately, exercise, quit smoking and eat five servings of fruit and vegetables each day live on average 14 years longer than people who adopt none of these behaviors, researchers said on Tuesday.

Overwhelming evidence has shown that these things contribute to healthier and longer lives, but the new study actually quantified their combined impact, the British team said. Read More...

I guess the question is, do you want to live an extra 14 years! ;)


Wrecking Machine said...

No smoking and only moderate drinking? Why would I want 14 more years of THAT life?

Dolf said...

a year as a lion or 100 as a lamb?